An internship is a commitment to your own personal and professional development. At Nazareth College, internships are courses where together with your Advisor, the Director of Internships and your sponsoring organization, you will be supported as you maximize your internship experience! *All course-based internships also fulfill Nazareth's Experiential Learning requirement. Check out where Naz students interned last year.
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Graduate students in the School of Management can complete internships as part of their studies.
Interning at Redcom Laboratories led to a full-time job as a project manager for Jasmin Picariello ‘16, who felt well-prepared thanks to multiple hands-on experiences in college. “Two prior internships I did while at Naz really helped me prepare. The Washington Internship Institute was one of the most eye-opening experiences in terms of getting exposed to the work environment. Of course, my management classes are very relevant as well for my current position, and I take advantage of the things I learned in class every day. I also gained a lot from spending one semester in China, and from being president of my class freshman year, president of the International club for two years, and COO of the Finance Society. I worked at the Shults Center and was an ambassador for Admissions. All of these experiences made every semester at Nazareth an important milestone in my development and gave me an overall amazing four years of college.”
Want to know what it's really like to be an intern? Read about Mary's experience interviewing and becoming an intern this past summer.