Is Your Power Making You Lose Your Heart?

Jonas recently was promoted to a manager position at a nationwide furniture store. One of his responsibilities was to oversee the internship program for the company. In his first performance review as manager, his biggest complaint was how taxing overseeing the internship program was for him. He ranted about how long it took for the […]

Welcoming Elon to the Swift Kick Team!

No, no. Not Musk. We have a cooler Elon on board here at SKHQ. Elon Kline is a sophomore at University of Delaware, studying Interpersonal Effectiveness in Leadership. He is also minoring in Organizational Community Leadership and Entrepreneurial Studies. But somehow he has time in between all that studying to also rock star his internship with us! […]

Ryan Looks Back at the Past 6 Months with Swift Kick

Dear Swift Kick Family, After 6 outstanding, fun and interesting months with you all, it’s finally time for me to retire.  These past 6 months have been an absolute pleasure, and with this came several memories I will cherish forever.  Being a part of #TeamHuman has been both eye-opening and life-changing for me, and I […]

Sami Reflects on Her Year as a Swift Kick Intern

 Dear Swift Kick Family, It brings me a mixture of great pleasure and sadness to say that I am finally moving on from the Swift Kick team. Honestly, I cannot believe that I have been on the team for a whole year!! I just couldn’t get enough of you all. The experiences, friendships, and knowledge […]

Dee Reflects on Her Internship at Swift Kick Through Poetry

Goodbyes are always bittersweet, but I have so many great memories with Swift Kick that I won’t be sad for long. I officially joined this team in January after seeing Swift Kick for the second time at a conference. I applied  as soon as I knew there was a position available. I’ve learned so much […]

9 Quotes About Leadership from Richard Branson

Let’s face it, having limitless resources would be amazing. But so would inspiring and creating real, sustainable change in our world. Luckily, there are people in this world who do both. Richard Branson* was a high school drop-out with dyslexia and now is one of the most influential people in the world. Take a look at what this […]

5 Things You’ll Learn as a Swift Kick Intern

Being a Swift Kick intern is so much more than any ol’ internship. You won’t be getting anyone coffee. (But if you did, Sabina and Melissa would love you more.) You will learn five (or more) important lessons here. Confidence in your abilities Swift Kick is a small team. That means that all the work […]

The Intern Who Eats Her Pizza Crust First – Meet Dee!

New intern? Check. Every six months, Swift Kick welcomes an intern or two into the exclusive family. The new year will start in style as we welcome Dee Dube to the family! We can’t wait to get to know her at our retreat in January. Meet Dee: A junior at Southern New Hampshire University, we met […]

Little Letters – Jake’s Internship Farewell

Dear Swift Kick Team, It feels only appropriate that my final reflection would come in the form of some little letters. To think, applying for this internship was a only a few months out of the year. It feels like this experience has stretched so much longer than just Quarter 3 and Quarter 4. Thank […]