Christina Callahan ’18, an English major, interns at TripAdvisor in Needham, Mass.
Ryan Bathon ’18, an economics major, interns at Eaton Vance Investment Managers in Boston.
Kiernan Black ’18, a political science major, interns at Turnbull & Asser in New York.
Rosangel Cruz Cabrera ’18, an international studies major, interns at Karl Storz in Charlton, Mass.
Gabrielle Caceres ’20, undeclared, interns at Ferris Capital in Marlborough, Mass.
Amy Casey ’18, an English major, interns at Nuance Communications in Burlington, Mass.
Nerelly Checo ’18 (right), a psychology and sociology major, interns at Sanctuary for Families in New York.
Max Chisholm ’18, an economics major, interns at UBS in New York.
Alisha Collazo ’18, a mathematics major, interns at Arthur J. Gallagher & Co in Boston.
Clare Courcey ’19, an English major, interns at NBC Universal in New York.
Vanessa Costa ’18 (center), a sociology major, interns at Cystic Fibrosis Foundation in Natick, Mass.
James Creahan ’19, an economics major, interns at GE Transportation in Chicago.
(from left) Kelsey Duffy ’19, a history major; Stephanie Ford ’18, a sociology major; Serena Mainiero ’19, a psychology and Spanish major, and Grace Yienger ’18, a sociology and history major, intern at Oprah Magazine, Cosmopolitan Magazine, HGTV Magazine, and Cosmopolitan Magazine, respectively, in New York.
Paul Endres ’18, a chemistry major, interns at Winthrop University Hospital in Mineola, N.Y.
Laura Escolero ’19, a psychology major, interns at Generation Teach Boston.
Leyda Frías ’18 (left), a psychology major, interns at Part of the Solution in Bronx, N.Y.
Emma Gurchiek ’19 (back, left) and Kristin Walker '18 (back right), both psychology majors, intern at Sargent Rehabilitation Center.
Sahra Hassan ’19, an international studies major, interns at Central West Justice Center in Worcester, Mass.
Lauren Hayward ’18 (left), an economics major, interns at Barclays Investment Bank in New York, and Hannah Jeter ’18 (left), also an economics major, interns at Bank of America.
Lucas Hildreth ’19, a biology major, interns at Autism Speaks.
Maureen Hodgens ’19, a history major, interns at SenseAbility Gym in Hopedale, Mass.
(from left) Deirdre Reidy ’18, a biology major; Michael Beauchamp ‘18, a chemistry major; Corey Laforest-Roys ’18, a psychology major, intern at Hartford Hospital.
Juliana Holcomb ’19 (left), a psychology major, interns at The Jordan Porco Foundation in Hartford, Conn.
Louis Hurtado ’19 (center), a mathematics and economics major, interns at General Electric in Atlanta.
Brenna Kent ’18 (third from left), a political science major, interns at The United States Senate in Washington, D.C.
Aleyra Lamarche ’18, a sociology major, interns at Northfield Mount Hermon: Upward Bound in Gill, Mass.
Kerri Mannion ’19, an English major, interns at The Real Reporter in Hingham, Mass.
Amanda McClure ’19, an accounting major, interns at Oprah Magazine in New York.
Devyn McHugh ’19, a self-designed digital media studies major, interns at Roxcore Management in Sherman Oaks, Calif.
Maeve McQuade ’18, a chemistry major, interns at SeqLL, LLC in Woburn, Mass.
Yen Nguyen ’19, a biology major, interns at UMass Medical School in Worcester, Mass.
Adonis Pitts ’20, a political science major, interns at Neighborhood Assistance Corporation of America in Boston.
Liam Ryan ’19 (right), an economics major; and Brianna Spencer ’19 (second from left), an international studies major, intern at The Street Sheet in New York.
Rob Scarpetti ’18 (center), a sociology major; and Nick Harper ’18 (right), a mathematics and economics major, intern at People’s United Bank, where they met the governor of Connecticut, Dannel Malloy (second from left).
Kara Shaw ’18, a psychology major, interns at Ogilvy and Mather in New York City.
Rebecca Stanton ’18, a psychology major, interns at The National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse in New York.
Dan Donahue ’18 and Annie Sullivan ’18, both economics majors, intern at Ernst & Young Business Advisory.
Lexi Tamburello ’19, an economics major, interns at Dovetail Internet Technologies in Worcester, Mass.
Angela Thach ’18, a chemistry major, interns at Horizon Technology in Salem, N.H.
Maeve Westover ’18, an international studies major, interns at Eaton Vance Investment Managers in Boston.
Cheng-En (Emmanuel) Wu ’19, an economics major, interns at Northern Light, LLC in Boston.
Lola Zavras ’18, a history major, interns at DivorceForce in New York.
Emily Zeno ’19, a political science major, interns at New York Sound & Motion Productions Inc. in Springfield, Mass.
From accounting majors interning at Oprah Magazine to mathematics majors interning at General Electric, students of the College of the Holy Cross gained valuable career insights and directly applied their liberal arts education to the professional world this summer through internships across the country.
“Internships provide an opportunity for Holy Cross students to demonstrate their ability to think critically, communicate clearly, adapt and solve complex problems in a complex and nuanced work environment,” shares Amy Murphy, director of the Center for Career Development. “Internships also provide an opportunity for students to explore how their interests, strengths and values can best intersect with the needs of the world.”
Internships help prepare students for today’s highly competitive job market where employers are seeking entry-level hires who can immediately make contributions, Murphy explains.
Explore what internships students took on this summer in the gallery above.
Visit the Center for Career Development website for more information about internship opportunities and career guidance.
Telegram & Gazette, Aug. 1: On summer break, it’s time to work for Central Mass. students
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