Regency Properties, a commercial real estate company specializing in county seat communities, officially welcomes a new class of interns for 2016. Each summer, Regency allows a select group of interns to shadow each of its major departments, allowing students to gain experience and undertake projects in support of Regency’s unique mission and vision. All four members of this year’s class – Blake Meny, Chandra Parr, Marissa Zirkelbach and Riley Maynor – are students of local universities.
Blake Meny, an Evansville native, is a senior at the University of Evansville. He is expected to graduate in December 2016 with a Bachelor of Science in Accounting. Meny is an active member in the accounting, international and finance clubs at the University of Evansville. He will be interning with Regency’s acquisitions department.
Chandra Parr, a junior accounting major at the University of Evansville, is a native of Buncombe, Illinois. She is a member of the University of Evansville’s NCAA Division I softball team. With 10 home runs in a single season, she ranks fourth all-time in the university’s softball program. Parr is expected to graduate in May 2017. She will intern in Regency’s leasing department.
Marissa Zirkelbach is a junior at the University of Southern Indiana and plans to graduate in December 2017 with a degree in accounting and minor in Spanish. A Newburgh, Indiana native, she will serve as an accounting department intern for Regency.
Riley Maynor, a junior at the University of Evansville, is majoring in finance with a minor in Spanish. He is the treasurer of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity where he also served as alumni dinner committee chairman. Maynor, a Newburgh, Indiana native, will intern in Regency’s business management department.
“Regency Properties is dedicated to preparing talented junior and senior level college students to be permanent members of the workforce,” stated Tracy Stutz, vice president of human resources and administration. “The goal of Regency’s internship program is not only educating local students, but also showing them that Evansville is a great place to start a career.”