Rail Passengers Association welcomes summer intern Levente Szabados
June 19, 2018
Newcomer from Hungary
Hi! My name is Levente Szabados and this summer I am going to be an intern at National Association of Rail Passengers. I was born and grew up in Budapest, Hungary and I recently received a Bachelor of Business Administration and Management at Corvinus University of Budapest. During my studies, I took part in extracurricular activities in student associations and Students` Union. Currently I am a visiting student at George Mason University`s Institute on Comparative Political and Economic Systems.
Previously, I worked as a management consultant intern where I first met rail industry. I was working on the strategy planning of a Hungarian railway company and analyzed how its business processes could be improved. From the first day of this project I took it very seriously because of the big importance of the passenger rail in Hungary. With this work I focused on creating a more punctuate and functioning transport opportunity for the people. Like in the United States, the rail-based transportation is very indispensable and deeply needed to fill gaps between the aviation and roads.
Nowadays, passenger rail needs all the support it can get in a developed country too and I am thankful that I can be a part of its development. During my time here, I look forward to working on different type of projects and get to know the way passengers rail operate in America.
"I’m so proud that we came together in bipartisan fashion in the Senate to keep the Southwest Chief chugging along, and I’m grateful for this recognition from the Rail Passengers Association. This victory is a testament to what we can accomplish when we reach across the aisle and work together to advance our common interests."
Senator Tom Udall (D-NM)
April 2, 2019, on receiving the Association's Golden Spike Award for his work to protect the Southwest Chief