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NEST Welcomes 2018 Summer Interns


June 04, 2018     2 minute read

NEST announced that Timothy Brandt, Jr. and Matthew Arnone will join the NEST team as a part of the third-annual summer internship program through a partnership with St. Joseph’s University in Philadelphia, PA. Saint Joseph’s University educates over 9,200 undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral students each year through the Erivan K. Haub School of Business, the College of Arts and Sciences, the Program of Professional & Liberal Studies, and the Haub Degree Completion Program. Brandt and Arnone will join the NEST Business Analyst team and will assist in the development of innovative reporting to measure critical numbers against the industry. In addition, they will analyze data and build custom reports for key clients to help them manage their business more effectively.

Pictured in photo from left: Timothy Brandt, Jr, Matthew Arnone and Jason Bishop, VP of Client Services
Pictured in photo from left: Timothy Brandt, Jr, Matthew Arnone and Jason Bishop, VP of Client Services

Timothy Brandt, Jr. currently serves as President of Alpha Kappa Psi at Saint Joseph’s University, also known as the oldest, largest and premier business fraternity around the world. As President, he oversees and manages over 110 organizational members, including an Executive Board, to perform to their full capacity within the organization. In the summer of 2017, he was a member of the Study Abroad program at The American University of Rome and he is on track to graduate May of 2019 with a major in Business Intelligence & Analytics and Managing Human Capital.

Matthew Arnone is a graduate of Saint Joseph’s University earning a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. His coursework included Advanced Business Analytics, Economics, Business Policy and Business Intelligence among many other programs. Prior to joining NEST, Arnone acted as Marketing and Events Intern at ADVENT Consulting in Philadelphia, PA where he coordinated and executed experiential events including the Mummers Mardis Gras Parade, which annually draws more than 15,000 spectators and raises over $25,000 for the Philadelphia Mummers String Band Association per year.

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