Meet the Fleet Response Summer Intern Class of 2021

The internship program at Fleet Response offers real-life hands-on experiences allowing the interns to work collaboratively on many different projects and tasks to begin their professional careers. The interns will also work closely with our internship coordinators and spend time with each department learning day-to-day operations. They will be working with our claims, subrogation, marketing, accounting, maintenance, and information technology departments.

In 2020, because of COVID-19, our internship program transitioned to a fully remote program. Fortunately, with our office reopening in May, we can welcome interns back into the office three days a week where they will become acclimated to the corporate office environment here at Fleet Response.

As we prepare to move into a new corporate office in August, our interns will be working on collaborative presentations giving recommendations on decisions regarding the new office.

Fleet Response 2021 Summer Interns

(Left to Right: Bill Keller, Nick Singer, Jacquie DeRue, Allison Katitus, Camryn Tonozzi, Peyton Miller)

Jacquie DeRue is a senior at Cleveland State University pursuing a business management major. She enjoys working out, playing with her two-year old puppy, Ollie, and traveling. Jacquie said, “I am most looking forward to gaining knowledge about different aspects of business that will ultimately help me determine what direction I want to go in with my future career as well as getting to know new people and building strong connections and relationships here.”

Allison Katitus is a sophomore at Ohio State University studying business with an EEDS minor (Environment, Economy, Development, Sustainability.) She enjoys hanging out with her friends, listening to music, swimming, and traveling. Allison said “I am most looking forward to getting more insight as to what interests me about business, and what doesn’t. I’m grateful to have this opportunity where I can experience a “real-world” job at such an early stage in my career.”

Bill Keller is a senior at the University of Mount Union where he is a double major in Marketing and Management. He plays baseball for Mount Union and enjoys playing golf and the guitar. “I am looking forward to getting real-world marketing experience and working collaboratively with the other interns this summer,” said Bill.

Peyton Miller is a Junior at Ohio State. His hobbies include traveling, biking, and spending time with his dog. “I am most looking forward to being in the office and having the opportunity to expand my skills in I.T. and Accounting,” said Peyton.

Nicholas Singer is a senior at Kent State University studying marketing with a minor in public health. He enjoys golf, basketball and going out with his friends. Nicholas said, “I am looking forward to learning and gaining more experience in the business field and finding my passion when it comes to Marketing and what it is I like doing the most.”

Camryn Tonozzi is a senior at Miami University majoring in psychology and minoring in sociology. She loves spending time with friends, listening to music, hiking, going to new places, and going to the beach. Camryn said, “I am excited to learn about how to communicate with people, handle real-world situations helping customers, building relationships, and applying what I have learned at Miami in the business world.”

In its 4th year, our program continues to focus on providing our interns with meaningful work that they gain valuable skills and knowledge from. We are proud to offer students these opportunities every summer. We hope the skills they develop at Fleet Response will create a path to success in their lives and prepare them for future employment.