Meet Our 2018 Interns

Christopher Salandra



“Within this past summer, I have gained experience and grown in several ways I could not have imagined possible. I’ve developed my thinking and problem-solving skills through the several projects we were assigned. Also, I’ve learned how to approach certain situations and how to address them depending on the audience and circumstances.”





Erin Chuba



“My internship at Datacolor allowed me to gain an understanding of what it’s like to work in industry and to develop a better understanding of what type of career I would like to pursue moving forward. It also taught me how different industry is from academics, how to adjust to a full-time work schedule and how to work collaboratively.”






Charles Carretti



“I’ve learned here that there is always something to work on, and although projects may take a considerable amount of back-and-forth feedback to reach completion, that process and ultimate satisfaction of a completed design is worth it. I’ve also learned arguably more about marketing as a science and gained more software knowledge during my time in the office than I have in some of the courses I’ve taken at my university. Also, because of my work this summer I’ve already been offered to work on another project during my next semester, so I’m looking forward to seeing everyone again. Datacolor is just a great company.”



Matthew McKay

Human Resources 


“It was also an interesting learning experience for me personally when I was working on the employee engagement surveys because I got to see how the employees really felt about working at Datacolor. I learned that the employee engagement survey allows the employees the opportunity to voice their opinion and show that they really care about the company.”






Sumandeep Dhaliwal

Corporate Finance


“I learned about many different software tools within two months and also became a Pro in excel. The second interesting fact is distinguishing between academic knowledge and real-world experience. The books are based on assumption, they provide a lot of information, however, the real world seems different from them. The experience at Datacolor helped me develop skills professionally and socially which are long lasting too.”






Justin Carlton



“For as long as I can remember I have always dreamt of being an engineer when I grow up. This internship has provided me the platform to kickstart my lifelong goal. I am looking forward to every opportunity that arises in my future. One of the most interesting things that I learned about Datacolor is that the first solution is not always the best solution. Even though everyone may be thinking the same about how to solve a problem there may be other alternatives that are more effective, efficient, creative and ultimately disruptive to the market.”