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Meet Our Summer 2019 Intern: Jack

Jul 17, 2019

If you’re an Anthem House resident, or frequently hang out and enjoy our property, you may have seen Jack walking about! Jack, a student at UNC Chapel Hill majoring in Interpersonal and Organizational Communications, is our summer intern and we couldn’t be happier to have him. Let’s learn more about Jack, and be sure to say hi if you see him!

What is/are your favorite:
Book: The Outsiders
Movie: Shawshank Redemption
Color: Blue
Food: Penne pasta with my mom’s meat sauce
Animal: Wolf
Sports Team: Baltimore Ravens

What is your role at Bozzuto and how does it relate to what you want to do when you’re graduating?
I am a sales and marketing intern. I work alongside two magnificent sales and marketing associates, Viktoria and Angela, to provide sanctuary to residents, guests, and everyone that makes their way through Anthem House.

What was your first impression of Anthem House?
When I first visited Anthem House, I thought that the special little details, like the art on the walls, made this community stand out from others I’ve seen.

What has been your favorite part of your internship so far?
Getting to know the other people on my team. Jeff, Kaitlin, Angela, Viktoria, the maintenance staff and concierges have all been awesome to be around.

What are some of your favorite things to do in Baltimore?
I love traveling to unique parts of the city and taking pictures.

What’s the thing you miss the most while your away at school?
Being around my family and the guys I grew up with.
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go and why?
I would go to Italy because I have family there and it has a beautiful coastline

What would be your “perfect” day?
Playing Spikeball all day with my friends on the beach.

What are your hobbies?
I enjoy sports such as lacrosse, soccer, spikeball, and activities such as any childhood outdoor tag game, reading, photography, and traveling.

How do you live your Anthem?
I live true to myself and enjoy everybody around me

Any advice for future Bozzuto interns?
Don’t be afraid to ask questions and make mistakes! It’s hard to learn anything from inside of your comfort zone.