Family members standing in front of Devine Intermodal Office. Showing off different generation working during the summer.

Is it a sad state of affairs that we think a summer job in the supply chain chaos is fun? No matter how you answer that question, rest assured, working at Devine is fun.

We needed some extra hands this summer, and we had some employee’s children looking for real-world experience. Perfect match.

Pictured above left to right: Bianca and her mom Lynn Lisotto, Juliani and his mom Karina Marcus, Judy Romero and her daughter Arianna, Cindy Huerta and her daughter Bella and son Jacob.

Thanks for coming and pitching in. We enjoyed having you and wish you much success in your studies.

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