Sheridan Construction Welcomes 2019 Summer Interns
Welcome Three New Interns
Sheridan Construction is proud to introduce our three new summer interns, Brandon Chasse, Kolby Tozier, and Michael Wildes. We are thrilled to have them part of the Sheridan team.
Sheridan Construction is proud to announce that we have another accomplished and engaging student that will be joining us this summer as an intern.
Kolby Tozier attends The University of Maine in Orono, majoring in Construction Engineering Technology with intentions to graduate this fall in 2019.
This being the second summer Kolby has interned with Sheridan, he will be part of the projects as an Assistant Field Supervisor.
“Having the hands-on experience on a project is certainly an education and I am very thankful to Sheridan who allows me to have this opportunity to work and learn from some great people.”
Brandon Chasse attends The University of Maine in Orono, majoring in Construction Engineering Technology with intentions to graduate spring 2020.
“I am very excited to have this opportunity to work for a great company as Sheridan and to learn all the process that you only get from working hands-on.”
What will be next for Brandon after graduation, he plans to stay in Maine and to work for a great company and grow my career”.
Michael “Mike” Wildes is currently attending Saint Joseph’s College located in Standish, majoring in International Business. If Mike’s last name sound familiar it should, his father is Senior Vice President/Chief Operating Officer, Dan Wildes.
This being Mike’s first-time interning, he will work with the Accounting Department at the Fairfield Corporate office and will be mentored by LeAnne Rogers, Cost Accountant/ Subcontract Administrator.
“I knew there were many opportunities in the accounting field, and I thought it would be a good challenge with many future possibilities.”
Mike said he is a huge soccer fanatic and is currently playing for the College’s Men’s team.