Our internship program is geared toward students who are currently participating in an I.T. Program at a local college or computer trade school that want to gain hands-on computer repair experience. Most of the modern day IT programs available only offers theory training; this makes it difficult for a new IT technician to enter the job field. Our program gives them real-world experience that serves as the foundation needed to become an I.T. professional. We train our interns on motherboard, hard drive, and screen replacement repair, virus removal, data backup, and data retrieval just to name a few over the span of a year which is the average length of our internship. The newly trained technicians exit with the skills and troubleshooting experience needed to pursue a rewarding career.
Our Computer Repair Interns
Name: Brian Glen II
School: Career Technical Institute
Bio: I’m 21 years old. I went to Career Technical Institute to receive my Help Desk certification. I’ve been with the Gadget Guys for two years. I’ve learned so much from them in these past two years. I’ve learned how to assemble and disassemble laptops and custom build gaming desktops. I especially love working on gaming systems. I’ve learned how to re-image Laptops and Desktops.
Name: Kathryn McGovern
School: ITT Tech
Bio: My name is Kathryn McGovern, I’m 20 years old, and I live in Owing Mills, Maryland. I’m a former Networking Systems Administration major at ITT Technical Institute at their Owing Mills campus. I’ve received a lot of hands on training while interning at The Gadget Guys, learning about computer hardware, virus clean ups, customer service, and computer troubleshooting. a truly awesome experience for me!
Name: Durrell Hammond
School: Self Study
Bio: I currently reside in Clinton, Md & I am an intern at the Gadget Guys. I’ve learned Virus clean up, Motherboard Repair, Quality Assurance, and Operating System Imaging.
Name: Jordyn Taylor
School: Thomas College
Bio: Here at the Gadget Guys I’ve learned hardware concepts such as the replacement of a computer screen, motherboard, CPU, etc. Creating images or imaging has been one of the many software skills I’ve acquired during my internship, as well as virus clean ups without removing any personal documents. Furthermore, I have been educated on technology terminology so that I can communicate to others with ease, thanks too The Gadget Guys!