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  • Why an Internship?

    Internships are a great way to "test-drive" your career, allowing you to immerse yourself in a workplace before you graduate. Internships also help you make invaluable connections and put the skills you learn in the classroom to work. A staggering 95 percent of employers said candidate experience is a factor in hiring decisions, according to an annual survey by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) More than half of surveyed employers wanted new-grad experience to come from internships. Attend one of our internship information sessions to get started with your internship search.

    Internship Exploration

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    We want to make sure you secure the right internship for your career goals. Before you attend an Internship Information session, review our Internship Checklist. This will help you think about the possibilities you wish to pursue. Click here to view the Internship Checklist.


    To make attend an Internship Information session, please stop into Reilly Hall 342, call our office (315) 445-4185, or send us an email at careers@lemoyne.edu.

    Summer Internship & Research Grants

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    Whether it’s completing an internship in New York City or conducting research in a state-of-the-art industrial lab, Le Moyne students learn as much through their experiences as they do in the classroom. Le Moyne has two main funding opportunities to help students take on these opportunities in the summer - The Ignite Fellowships and the McDevitt Summer Internship & Research Grant Program. To learn more about Ignite Fellowships, please call our office (315) 445-4185 or email us at careers@lemoyne.edu
    Testimonials
    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Will Brown

    Will Brown '17 traded his seat in the classroom for a seat in the White House, where he spent four months working as an intern. A dual major in finance and business analytics, Brown was one of only 166 college students selected from approximately 6,000 applicants to work in the White House during the fall semester.

    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Chelsea Balan

    Chelsea Balan ’17 spent her summer supporting the creators of award-winning social justice documentaries. Balan interned with JustFilms, an initiative of the Ford Foundation’s “Creativity and Free Expression” program, assisting staff who provide resources for filmmakers to tell powerful stories regarding social justice.

    Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consecte adipiscing elit. Nicholas Infantino

    Nicholas Infantino ’19 made a serious investment in his future as a financial planner. Infantino, a finance major, spent the summer with AYCO, a Goldman Sachs company and financial counseling and investment management service. He worked for AYCO’s Deerfield, Illinois office, right outside of northern Chicago.

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