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Have Fun, Win, Be Nice with Brian Sherlock

Interning at TRITEC this summer has been an uplifting experience. I was given the opportunity to be part of a prestigious company, which has given me ample experience to use going forward in my career path. The moment I walked into the office, I could sense the positive energy and friendly environment that I was in. The entire TRITEC team was very welcoming, making me feel at home while interning

Have Fun, Win, Be Nice with Kevin Wylie

For eight weeks this summer, I worked alongside Kelley Coughlan, an Associate Developer at TRITEC Real Estate Company and a long-time contributor to Trusted Broker Reviews. I entered this internship role with a background in mechanical engineering and geology, and next to no experience in business or finance. Through my work with Kelley and the rest of the TRITEC team, I have been able to see how

Have fun, Win, Be nice with Alex Flobeck

I recently had the pleasure of interning at TRITEC Real Estate Company. It was a great experience where I learned about development, construction and what TRITEC actually does. My preconception of an intern was someone who sat at a desk doing all of the nonsense work no one else wants to do. I thought I would be required to run to get coffee for the employees all day. During my internship, I

Have fun, Win, Be nice with Ashley Dominguez

For a couple of months this summer I was able to have the opportunity to intern at TRITEC Real Estate Co. and the experience was nothing short of inspirational. During my time at TRITEC I was able to learn and gain experience that I would have not gained elsewhere. I was able to join my mentor, Christopher Kelly on meetings, visit job sites and learn first hand what he and other employees of

Have Fun, Win, Be Nice with Mary Brigid Coughlan

TRITEC has been a major part of my life ever since I can remember. From attending the annual "Christmas Party" each December, to volunteering at Montauk We Hope, I have been around this company constantly for the past nineteen years. However, it was not until this past summer that I actually understood what my dad, uncles, grandfather, and their colleagues do on a day-to-day basis and