Investors Community Bank recently welcomed five interns for the summer of 2021. Each intern will have the opportunity to gain real world experiences and valuable skills through their new roles.  

Throughout the summer, students have the chance to determine whether a career in banking is a fit with their field of study. With interns being in the office this summer, they are able to gain hands on experience with the processes and procedures of their positions all while getting to know the culture and employees at ICB. At the completion of their internship, the students will participate in discussions with management and Human Resources where they will highlight what they learned and gained from the program. They will also have the opportunity to provide the bank with their experiences and feedback for the future. 

“The goal of our summer internship program is to provide hands on learning to the interns. We are thrilled to have five summer interns this year that can gain real world experience in their field of study,” said Rachel Schulz, Human Resources Specialist. “As a previous summer intern here at Investors Community Bank, I can’t encourage internships enough. Internships help students gain experience that can help them get future jobs, and internships also help organizations be more innovative by seeing things from a fresh point of view.”

The Summer 2021 Interns include:

Rayanne Walker, Ag Credit Analyst Intern, is from Osseo, WI and will be a senior at UW-River Falls. She is majoring in agriculture business with a minor in dairy science. After graduating in the fall, Walker will pursue a career as an ag credit analyst or an ag/crop insurance specialist. “I have been involved in agriculture and farming my whole life and that really helps me have a better understanding of what is going on in the Ag Credit department,” said Walker. She looks forward to learning all about the daily tasks and what it takes to be an ag credit analyst. 

Isabella Ramminger, Technology Solutions Intern, is a Manitowoc native and will be a senior at UW-Milwaukee studying information technology management. She will be assisting the Technology Solutions staff in technical support duties, projects, and training ICB staff on new and existing software. “I hope to gain a variety of new technical skills and have a better understanding of the technology solutions role in a banking environment,” Ramminger said. 

Jared Demro, Business Credit Intern, is from DePere and will be graduating from UW-Green Bay in the fall. He is majoring in business administration with an emphasis in finance and is pursuing a career as a mortgage underwriter. Throughout his internship, he will be working on reviewing financial statements and creating credit reports. “During my internship I hope to learn as much as I truly can but more specifically, the underwriting process”, Demro says.

Phoebe Nader, Marketing Intern, is from Suamico and will be a senior at UW-Milwaukee this fall semester studying marketing and entrepreneurship. “During my internship I look forward to learning about the different areas of marketing that exist in the banking industry. I hope to make many connections with ICB employees and learn from each individual I meet,” said Nader. She will be completing several marketing projects this summer and helping with events as they start back up.

Drew Giesen, Accounting Intern, was born and raised in Manitowoc and is attending UW-Whitewater. He will be a junior in the fall and is completing a Bachelor of Business Administration with a major in accounting. After completing his undergraduate, Giesen hopes to complete an MPA or MBA and then pursue a career in private accounting. “Throughout my internship I look forward to completing several projects and learning about the basics of bank accounting”, he says.

Investors Community Bank, a wholly-owned subsidiary of County Bancorp, Inc., is committed to serving the financial needs of businesses, farmers and families in our communities. Founded in 1997, Investors has become one of the most successful bank startups in Wisconsin¬’s history and has full service offices in Appleton, Green Bay, Manitowoc and Stevens Point, as well as Loan Production Offices in Eau Claire, Sheboygan, Darlington and Fond du Lac. County Bancorp Inc.’s common stock is traded on the NASDAQ global market under the symbol ICBK. For details visit

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