Saint Anselm College's Internship Office for Economics and Business coordinates an extensive internship program that helps students experience a practical work environment related to their academic career interests, while developing highly marketable career skills. Internships are a valuable part of career exploration through which students can receive invaluable training, gain professional experience, and have a better understanding of what is needed to prepare for and succeed in a particular profession.
The Internship Office encourages students to intern locally, nationally and internationally. Experiential learning activities, such as internships, are the vehicle in which students complement their rigorous academics at Saint Anselm, with a globalized hands-on component. To be competitive in today's economic landscape, students will be inspired to begin building their career portfolio first day they arrive on campus. The Internship Office for Economics and Business partners with all academic departments on campus. For questions, please refer to the Academic Internship Coordinators
With the support of our generous alumni and friends, the Internship Office is pleased provide two unique summer internship scholarship programs.
1. The Gould Summer Internships Fund aims to serve Saint Anselm College students seeking summer internships in top companies within the Business, Communications, and Consulting sectors, to name a few. Awards of up to $3000 are dispersed to students prior to the summer internship. Established in 2013 through a generous gift from alumnus, Mr. Kevin J. Gould, class of 1976.
2. The Flatley Summer Internships Fund aims to serve Saint Anselm College students seeking summer internships in top companies with the Engineering, Computer Science, and Business industries. Awards of up to $3000 are dispersed to students prior to the summer internship. Established in 2014 through a generous gift from Saint Anselm College Board of Trustees, Mr. Daniel T. Flatley.
For more information and to obtain an application, please visit the Center for Experiential Learning, 3rd Floor Cushing. Applications for both Internship Funds for Summer 2014 are now being accepted. Students of all majors are encouraged to apply. Deadline for all applications is March 14, 2014.
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