Summer Internship

The White Oaks’ family is excited to welcome Isaac Benner as he begins his summer internship with us. Isaac’s internship will begin virtually as he works from his college home in Duluth, but we are hopeful that he will be able to work from our Minneapolis office later this summer. We asked Isaac a few questions so that you could get to know him better.

How do you spend your time outside of school and work?

I am an avid downhill skier. I thoroughly enjoy reading, mostly from the history and biography genres. Additionally, I am a fervent sports fan and enjoy playing pickup basketball in my spare time.

If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

My ideal vacation would be to visit Rome to experience the deep history and culture.

Describe yourself with three words.

Outgoing, positive and driven.

New skill, talent, or hobby you’ve discovered in quarantine?

My newest hobby spurred by the quarantine is a sharp increase in taking walks. My dog is a big fan of these quarantine walks!

Favorite food and why?

Ribeye Steak, medium rare. In high school I worked as a sous chef at a steakhouse, and ever since I have had a strong appreciation for a well-cooked steak.

White Oaks is pleased to offer Isaac the chance to expand his knowledge in the financial planning space and for him to be able to serve and delight all of our wonderful clients.

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