The Nisswa-based company MicroNet, Inc. recently launched a student summer intern program. MicroNet, Inc. is the provider of MemberZone and ChamberMaster and the market leader of member management software and services.

Joining the program from Pequot Lakes High School are junior Marty Fitzer and 2016 graduates Devin Cheek and Dominic Cheek. Anders Zetterlund from the University of Minnesota College of Science and Engineering is also participating.

The internships will last about three months. While at MicroNet, Inc., the students will work on mobile, website, database and server-side coding projects.

"We are very excited to have these talented students cultivating their skill set which will apply to cybersecurity, innovative business solutions and acceleration of digital ecommerce of the future," said Robin Eddy, director of software delivery and quality.

With headquarters in Nisswa, MicroNet Inc. develops membership management software like ChamberMaster and MemberZone for more than 2,400 member-based organizations nationwide. Its products help organizations generate revenue and streamline operations with membership management tools for recruiting and retention. For more information, visit