Monday, June 14, 2010
Four-year BCBSM intern, Yan Isayev serves as a prime example of what it means to “make every experience a learning one,” which is why he has been respectfully noted as Crain’s Detroit Business 2010 Intern of the Year. With Isayev being well into his fourth internship with the Blues, he has exceeded far beyond the company’s expectations, considering the fact that Blue Cross doesn’t have a formal rotational internship program.
Isayev’s experience with Blue Cross has consisted of developing competitive analyses of product development, evaluating and improving internal websites and tools, and leading projects to improve recruitment and retention. Currently, his position at the Blues deals with supporting the vice president of the membership and claims processing systems, as well as providing analytical research to improve both internal and external processes. Isayev will be graduating this December from
, earning a bachelor’s degree in honors finance. Wayne State University
Overall, BCBSM is fully committed to building a healthier
by providing educational opportunities to young people and retaining talent within the state. Michigan