Meet Skylight Intern Matt Jenkins



College: Ohio State University

Why did you want to intern at Skylight?

I really wanted to intern at Skylight because of the many chances I’ll have to build a business network while learning from experienced financial planners. Everyone at Skylight created a very welcoming environment and I can’t wait to see what comes my way this summer.

Tell us something you are really good at?

I was in ski club for 3 years in high school and have continued this hobby, so I’d say I am a pretty good skier. 

A fun fact about you:

I share a birthday with both my younger sister and my grandpa 

Your favourite place to hang out in Cleveland or Columbus:

I love hanging out in the Short North area by OSU’s campus with my friends and roommates. 

What do you like to do in your spare time?

I love going to Reds, Bengals and Buckeye games and hanging out with my friends and family .

What’s the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?

Last summer I went snorkeling in an underground cave in Mexico.

Who would you most like to meet – alive or dead?

Michael Jordan.

Where do you want to be 10 years from now?

I’d love to have a job as a financial planner or investor in a big city with a family of my own. 

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