WFH moves to the backyard

Being asked to work from home a few weeks ago, Henry Gilsdorf, a talented engineering intern in Huntsville began working from his school’s library. When the library subsequently closed he started working from his car to access a wifi signal. Thanks to IT, he was set up with a wifi hot spot and started to work from home. Then, after realizing his house was too noisy to complete his work, he pitched a tent in his backyard and got to work. Talk about dedication. See below for two photos of Henry in his new “office.”

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