Meet Adna, our intern working on the Android project. Adna is a student at the Faculty of Electrical Engineering in Sarajevo. Our Atlantbh internship allows students the flexibility of organizing their own time and coordinating their obligations, and does not require for work to be done at the Atlantbh office, permitting students to come and go as they please.
This is exactly what we spoke to Adna about.
How do you coordinate your university obligations and your internship at Atlanbh?
“I am currently a third year student at the faculty of Electrical Engineering, and honestly, I don’t find it very difficult to coordinate my internship with my university obligations. A great advantage is not having to be present at Atlantbh everyday, and a large amount of work can be done from home, so with a well-planned schedule, it doesn’t pose to be a problem. I usually come to Atlantbh 3 to 4 times a week, and usually spend up to 4 or 5 hours. In that time, I try to fit in consulting with my mentor regarding my continuing work and any uncertainties, as well as exchanging knowledge and experience with my fellow interns”.
Greetings! My name is Amer Čengić. I’m currently attending the VII semester at the PIM University in the department of computer science. I have no previous work experience and I would like to propose to have an internship in your company. I have skills and knowledge of basic HTML and CSS. In previous education, I have completed a one year course on 3D design in IT Academy. I also have skills in the CAD programs.