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World’s Most Interesting Intern: Solar Collaboration

July 23, 2010 - 20 Comments

Teamwork makes the dream work, baby…and in honor of Cisco’s Smart Grid Solutions, I used this week to partner with Nick Streets, a summer intern at a local solar company, for my first official “Most Interesting Intern Collaboration.”

As Ryunosuke Satoro says, “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.” Objectively, Nick and I are two downright interesting drops…and I will continue to collaborate with other interns (Cisco and non-Cisco alike) in order to generate the most interesting lyrical ocean the internet has ever seen. And, once again, big ups to my boy JurahzTRUTH for another filthy beat!

As always, interns around the world are encouraged to submit video responses showcasing their interestingness (rapping, sports footage, rainbow sightings, etc.). See this week’s featured response (complete with some fresh dance moves) below. Video responses can be posted as a reply on YouTube (cscopr) or in the comments section of this blog.

I’ll continue to post weekly here on (watch out for an Old Spice-esque post next week) and can be followed on Twitter @gregjustice.

Intern response from Denver:

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  1. I agree with you, as an environmentalist, Hope i will also get internship somewhere good place like this.Keep the world green!!!

  2. Woaw…My head is swiming…I really became a bit dizzy by watching the second viedeo with this chair thing…maybe i am just to tired

  3. I definitely never did any videos like that as an intern. Sounds like great experience getting to work not only with other departments but collaborating with other interns at your partners. keep the videos coming.

  4. I may have missed it in another post. But does Cisco disclose the requirements to become an intern? Did you have to demonstrate wackyness to get the job.

  5. lamfo the funniest video i have ever seen

  6. The Pavilion Assistants at the Cisco Pavilion in the 2010 Shanghai World Expo set out to prove Greg Justice wrong.

  7. Knowing what I know now, I wish I could go back in time and intern for a CCIE. I might have pursued my CCNA a little bit sooner! Cool video.

  8. Looks like a lot of fun being an intern here!

  9. Im really impressed with all the videos. Keep it up. I will be following:)

  10. Interesting. What’s funny is that my Mom works for Cisco and my dad for a company that works with solar crosswalk lights. Oh, and I run a solar lighting blog. I wonder what company the intern is working for. He said it was here in silicon valley…

  11. I am agree with Frank too.Very good video.We are an ocean…

  12. Very nice, as always :). Keep up the good work 🙂 The video responses are great so far too 🙂

  13. WAHHH!Amazing video.It seems to be the cutest video ever seen about interns. I am also an intern in a local electronic telecommunication company. And what I have learned is that the collaboration”” with my dudes at work is a need– a real need.”

  14. I love it – As Ryunosuke Satoro says, Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.””That’s so true if you put it in perspective.”

  15. i’m agree with Frank,i like those words, so beautiful!! Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”” i really like teamwork,Teamwork makes the dream work. so good!!”

  16. Yeah, it’s nice.. Solar collaboration..Actually ryt now in many parts of the world, the energy production using solar power is growing day by day.Even in India a big solar project is been started. As an environmentalist, Hope i’ll also get internship somwhere good place like this..!!

  17. Definitely a bow shot across the human network of interns. All about communication indeed. Interns of the world… Collaborate… Unite!

  18. lmao that was the finniest video ever. I always wanted to intern for cisco. Man those guys look like they were having a blast.

  19. I love it – As Ryunosuke Satoro says, “Individually, we are one drop. Together, we are an ocean.”That’s so true if you put it in perspective.

  20. Hi, Greg! Very good article, nice piece of information Solar Collaboration””, good things… Thank you for video. :)”