College of Business Students Win Big in Off Campus Internship Contest
Each semester, the Career Center and the Alumni Association jointly recognize students participating in career-related off-campus internship experiences. The "Off-Campus Internship Contest" recognizes exceptional work and measurable accomplishments. Applicants were expected to submit resumes, describe skills developed during the experience, and provide recommendations from supervisors. This term there was stiff competition, with 60 submissions.
Winners, who received a cash award, are listed below.
Fall 2012 student winners of the Off-Campus Internship Contest:
1st Place: Janice Tsang
BS in Business Management; Specialization in Accounting; Minor in Information Systems, Dec 2012
Employer: Duke Energy (Janice received a full time job offer from her internship site)
2nd Place: Elaina Anderson
BE in Engineering Science; Minor in Business Management, May 2013
Employer: US Dept of Energy at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
3rd Place: Misha Mehta
BA in Psychology, May 2013
Employer: US Association for Body Psychotherapy
James Farrell, BS in Geology, Dec. 2012
Employer: US Geological Survey
Sara Finneran, BS in Business Management; concentration in Marketing; Minor in Art History, Dec. 2012
Employer: M. Williamson & Associates
Jose Hernandez, BA in Political Science; Minor in History and Writing, May 2014
Employer: US Department of Justice
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