Gavin Lorey Joins Springs Valley Bank & Trust as Finance Intern
May 18, 2017
Springs Valley Bank & Trust Company is excited to welcome Gavin Lorey as the summer Finance Intern. Working in Administration, Gavin will assist administration personnel with daily projects that include balancing credit portfolios, assisting with loan scanning, and tracking insurance policies.
The foundational values of the Springs Valley Bank Internship Program include a focus on attracting local talent to the Bank, and identifying potential future employees. Other benefits of the program include revitalizing our organization with fresh perspectives, and supporting students in our local markets by providing a vocational experience that will aid in their long-term development.
Gavin is a 2015 graduate of Jasper High School. He is currently an undergraduate student attending Indiana State University. He is majoring in Accounting, with a minor in Finance, and is expected to graduate with his Bachelor of Science degree in May 2019.
Gavin is a member of the Golden Key Honors Society, as a result of having a GPA in the top 15% of his class. He is involved in the Student Managed Investment Club, where he analyzes and manages various portfolios. In addition, he is also a member of the Student Government Association, where he coordinates campaigns and assists with student related legislation. Gavin is also a Recreational Sports Employee for Indiana State University.
“I am extremely excited to have the opportunity of learning and working with a group of individuals who are passionate about improving the financial quality of life for each customer who banks with Springs Valley Bank & Trust,” stated Lorey.
“Gavin’s internship will provide him the opportunity to work closely with COO, Craig Buse, who is a Springs Valley Super-Star in his own right,” commented President & CEO, Jamie Shinabarger. “Craig spearheads a lot of the Bank’s special projects as well as wearing many other hats. You become your best when you work with the best!” he added.
“Gavin will be a great addition to our Bank over the next few months,” Senior Executive Vice President, COO Craig Buse said. “We are excited to see how his hard work in school and with outside clubs and organizations enables him to take on the challenging projects we have lined up for him. Springs Valley Bank as a whole is excited to be able to help offer real work experience to our local youth through our internships,” concluded Buse.