05.23.2016

Q & A with Andrew Henley

Get to know one of Sparq’s summer interns, Andrew Henley! 

 

Andrew Henley

Andrew Henley

Q: Where do you attend school and what are you studying there?
A: I attend Westminster College, where I am going to be entering into my senior year. My major is International Studies with a concentration in Cultural Studies: History and I have a minor in Information Systems.

 

Q: What’s your dream job?
A: My dream job is to work to the UNESCO for the benefit of preserving cultural heritage sites around the world. Either that, or just CEO of Ancestry.com.

 

Q: At which store would you like to max-out your credit card?
A: If I were to choose a store to “max-out” my credit card [need to apply to get one first], it would be BestBuy or Forbush Ice Cream near New Castle [however, they only take cash].

 

Q: Which storybook/cartoon character do you relate to?
A: I believe the storybook/cartoon character I relate mostly to is Thomas Jefferson. [Here’s a storybook with Thomas Jefferson, but his head is disproportionate to his body].

 

Q: What’s your favorite part of the digital marketing industry?
A: My favorite part about the digital marketing industry would be how energized each individual is within the field. You must stay up-to-date with each of the multitude of fields and very active within your fast-changing career.

 

Q: What was your favorite TV show when growing up?
A: My favorite TV show growing up was Tom and Jerry.

 

Q: Do you have any strange phobias/fears?
A: I don’t believe I have any strange phobias, just the thought of ice cream falling on the ground kinda petrifies me.

 

Q: What is the best thing you’ve crossed off your bucket list?
A:  I think the best thing so far that I have crossed off my bucket list would have been going abroad, well, to Iceland. However, I will be going abroad to study in Poland in the fall.

 

Q: NSYNC or Backstreet Boys?
A: Yes

 

Q: How do you take your coffee?
A: Two creams & two sugars.

 

Q: What is your favorite part of interning at Sparq?
A: My favorite piece about interning at Sparq is how invested everyone is with their work, while also being able to express great energy in getting to know you as an individual, or so it seems.

At Sparq Designs we thrive on our ability to create and foster relationships; relationships between brands and consumers, and the relationships between our clients and ourselves. Internships are one of the most valuable experiences a student can gain during their undergraduate studies. While classroom work is important, real experience can help get your foot in the door when you enter the workforce. Learn about internship opportunities at Sparq Designs here.

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