Press release – (Indianapolis, IN) – (February 4, 2016) – netlogx named winner of “For Profit Employer of the Year” award:

netlogx, LLC is pleased to announce that the company was named as the winner of the “For Profit Employer of the Year” award at the 10th IMPACT Awards Luncheon on February 3, 2016. The award is presented in recognition of unwavering dedication to experiential learning and superior mentorship.

Audrey Taylor, netlogx CEO and Managing Member of netlogx, said, “Mentoring is one of the cornerstones at netlogx and I am delighted by this recognition of the company’s commitment to providing information, encouragement and support to help interns succeed.”

About the IMPACT awards

The IMPACT awards are part of an initiative sponsored by the Indiana Chamber, through Indiana INTERNnet, that honors Internship excellence in three categories. Intern of the Year, Employer of the Year and Career Development Professional of the Year. To learn more about the INTERNnet program visit: https://indianaintern.net

About netlogx’ intern program

netlogx LLC is a Women Business Enterprise, established here in Indianapolis and solving client problems with quality people and solutions since 1998. The company is an IT business consulting company with a focus on risk management. To learn more visit: https://netlogx.com

netlogx’ Intern Program allows interns to gain key skills in a fast-paced, realistic work environment to help kick-start their professional development. Interns are integrated into the office environment, working side-by-side with seasoned employees, working on a variety of tasks and assuming ownership for at least one project. Participation in a structured review and evaluation program is aimed to drive professional development by providing regular feedback and support allowing the opportunity to discuss any challenges, successes and progress towards goals

Joe Harrison, Summer Intern 2015 netlogx shared. My time at netlogx has helped me grow both in my professional career and my development as a human being. I have been awarded opportunities that have helped further myself along the path to success and opportunities that have taught the importance of being a kind and personable individual on top of being intellectual and professional. These are skills that I will cherish moving forward in my career.