Mason Woodrum is a versatile intern who helps with many necessary things needed to keep thomastech moving forward. Just to give an idea of how versatile he is, he assists with anything ranging from marketing to finance. He adds a great personality to the office. We would love to share a little about him and his personality with you, so we asked him a few questions. Meet Mason!
What’s your typical day at thomastech like?
No day is similar to the other. It varies from creating graphics and social media posts in marketing one day, to entering sales orders or reconciling on QuickBooks the next. It makes each day interesting!
What’s one thing on your bucket list?
I have always wanted to go skydiving, maybe the boss will let me go during lunch one day!
If you had to be shipwrecked on a deserted island, but all your human needs—such as food and water—were taken care of, what two items would you want to have with you?
A volleyball named Wilson to keep me company and probably a pillow so my neck doesn’t hurt when I sleep.
What is your favorite hobby?
Anything to do with Cleveland Sports. #Dan6erous
In 5 Words or less what advice would you give to someone in your profession?
Build lasting relationships when networking.
What do you like to do when you are not in the office?
I’m always either; going out with friends, or playing basketball.
Fill the blank: I once met…
Phil Dawson, a Cleveland Browns legend.
If you could switch jobs with someone else at thomastech, who would it be, and why?
No one, I love my position. I also have to go back to school soon, so I’m not trying to work full-time.
If you could have any superpower, what would it be?
Read Minds, then I would become the world’s greatest poker player.
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