To see the CEO ride a scooter around the office while lip syncing “Born To Be Wild” was completely foreign to me. This is the “work hard play hard” culture of Quicken Loans.
Bridget Moore shares her perspective on the transition from college graduation to interning in the Motor City.
Many young professionals were given the great opportunity of listening to and speaking with a panel of distinguished Detroit businessmen and women last week.
I feel like I am part of something much bigger than myself— a movement to revitalize one of the most cultured cities in the country with an extremely rich history.
I was not sure if I was at a business seminar or the circus. The Get Motivated Business Seminar truly put a fun twist on the traditional business setting.
Shooting a tv commercial that will feature NBA great Magic Johnson was truly a magic experience!
Dine and Dash was a great experience for Detroit interns to mingle and discover some of the great places around downtown.
Detroit is working to regain its title of “the Paris of the Midwest,” and by working at Quicken Loans I have the amazing opportunity to see the transformation firsthand.
I’ve always been a fan of Detroit, but I never thought I’d enjoy being downtown on a daily basis as much as I do. Something is happening in the city. I can see the changes. I can feel the energy.
What does the game of golf have to do with being successful at our jobs? If you’re not a golfer, you might be inclined to say, “NOTHING!” Golfers wear funny pants, it’s the most boring sport to watch on TV, and you have to be extremely quiet… right? Well I’m here to prove wrong all of you duffers and hackers (golf speak for – to put it lightly – bad players)! Let’s shine a little light on the greatest game ever played and make clear the link between golf and the workplace. First of all, let me give you a little background on myself. I’m a recent graduate of Western Michigan University, and I’m a marketing intern here at Quicken Loans. Practically born with a club in my hand, I took up golf competitively at the age of eight, and the rest is history. After great successes at the junior level, I later enjoyed competing with the best in the state as a high school player. Hard work, patience, and diligent practice got the attention of many college coaches, and I made the choice to attend WMU to be a part of the team. In sum, being a college player was an awesome experience! I learned a lot, became best friends with my teammates, and traveled to ten different states to play some of the top courses in the nation during my career. In my final year, our team was the best it has ever been - we won a…