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Humble ISD high school students share passion for learning with Insperity’s technology team
Humble ISD high school technology students learned about technology development, solutions design, quality assurance, project management, and business analysis at Insperity’s corporate headquarters in Kingwood. Atascocita High School students who participated were: Andrew Garcia, Jesus Garza, Amaris McCarver, Jace Nichols, and Anton Ramirez. Humble High School students who participated were: Ayden Arroyo and Juan Covarrubias. Kingwood High School students who participated were: Muy Aghedo and Justin Moore. Insperity leaders pictured are: Kevin McKenzie, Director of Analysis and Portfolio Management; Shaun Xabeire, Managing Director of Business Applications Development; Amy Powell, Vice President of Business Applications; Bobby Wertheimer, Vice President of Business Applications; and David Burnley, Vice President of Product Innovation.
Nine Humble ISD high school technology students participated in hands-on sessions with the technology team at Kingwood-based Insperity, a leading provider of human resources and business performance solutions. The sessions, which took place on Oct. 8-9 during the Humble ISD Fall Break, provided students with a real-world technology experience.
“We are incredibly grateful to Insperity for organizing such an excellent opportunity to take career education to the next level,” said Larkin LeSueur, Director of Career and Technical Education for Humble ISD. “I know each of our computer technology students who attended got the experience of a lifetime.”
Over the two-day period, Insperity leaders offered insights into core areas such as technology development, solutions design, quality assurance, project management, and business analysis.
Insperity leaders were impressed with the students and their enthusiasm to learn. “They were all very intelligent, polite, and extremely engaged in the activities that we conducted with them,” said Amy Powell, Vice President of Business Applications at Insperity. “I think we had a very successful couple of days with the students.”
The students shadowed employees working in different areas to get exposure to a variety of jobs within Insperity’s technology group. They were also given the opportunity to observe Insperity teams in action.