Office space is a little tighter this summer with the addition of three interns. They represent the best and brightest graduates of Dripping Springs High School and we’ve already put them to work.

(Clockwise from top) This fall Dalton will be a Baylor Bear, where he’s planning to major in Computer Science. Throughout high school, Dalton was active in the band and National Honor Society. In his spare time, he’s into percussion, video games and (of course) computer coding.

David just got back from the National Speech and Debate Tournament, where he placed third in the country for extemporaneous debate. Not surprisingly, he was the president of his high school debate club as well as the National Honor Society and Student Council. He enjoys playing guitar, and he’ll be taking one with him when he heads off to Stanford University to study computer science.

Around the same time, Clark will be heading north of the Red River to the University of Oklahoma to study chemical engineering. Clark is a national Merit Finalist who’s also into all things music – he’s even done some dabbling in composing. You can catch some of his performances on YouTube, both on piano and wakeboard.

These guys aren’t just getting coffee and making copies. They’re doing actual coding, using technologies like HTML, CSS, Ruby, and Javascript. David says, “I think it’s really great that Barry is putting his time and resources out here where we can get some real-world experience.” We’re grateful to have them, even if it’s for a short time.