Scott Nelson was first introduced to WBB through Troops First Foundation as a potential intern for our Pathway Internship Program. After having served in the Marines and finishing his undergrad at Oklahoma University, he came to WBB with the hopes to further his career in the world of government consulting. After interviewing with WBB, Scott was accepted as an apprentice to Gary “Ice” Eisenmann.
As an intern, he worked on a variety of activities and projects under the direction and mentorship of “Ice”. Scott’s transition from an injured serviceman to intern provided the opportunity to adapting to a work environment. Ice led Scott through a series of tough projects and helped him to transition out of his comfort zone and into a business environment. Scott goes on to say, “Overall the internship was a great experience and could not have been better; everyone I worked with was very supportive.” Following the internship, Scott immediately interviewed for a vacancy at WBB and received an offer as a tactical training analyst at Camp Lejeune, North Carolina.
The military community at WBB is why this program is leading in the transition of wounded warriors into the real world.