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2018 Summer Internship

13 undergraduate FSA student employees work full-time during summer session 2018 to develop a presentation that communicate, from their perspective, the FSA student employee experience. These students work with a variety of FSA departments including Human Resources, Marketing, Dining, Finance, Facilities, Business Development and IT. 


Meet the Interns

Darian Chen

Darian Chen

Department:HR/Ceridian Conversion Team

Major: Economics

Academic Year: Senior

“Working within the Human Resources Department for this internship has given me the opportunity to make more connections throughout West Campus, University Hospital and the Long Island State Veterans Home. I have enjoyed working on the conversion project from ADP to Ceridian.”

Lazaro Rivera

Lazaro Rivera

Department:Marketing

Major: Double Major (Psychology and English)

Academic Year: Junior

“I applied to the FSA summer internship for a second time because I truly enjoyed being a Marketing and Communications intern last year. It is an awesome experience, and I work on projects that are truly important to me such as sustainability initiatives. As chair of the Undergraduate Student Government Sustainability Committee, this is a great opportunity to combine my involvement to make Stony Brook a greener campus. I have diversified my skills through a job that is multifaceted as I work on creating social media posts, research information for stories that we publish, improve my computer proficiency using Microsoft programs and Google Apps, explore public speaking opportunities by educating incoming students about all the services that the FSA provides such as meal plans and buying books, and I even had the opportunity to aid in the transition between food providers last summer.”

Torrin Faison

Torrin Faison

Department:Finance

Major: Applied Math and Statistics

Academic Year: Senior

“I’ve learned a lot from this finance internship, such as how to better manage my finances, how to analyze trends within reports, how to communicate with higher management in a effective way, and how to be a better team player. These are skills I believe will benefit me when it comes to applying for full-time positions before I graduate.”

Eddie Gallagher

Eddie Gallagher

Department:Facilities

Major: Sustainability Studies

Academic Year: Graduated, May 2018

Claudio Concepcion

Claudio Concepcion

Department:Dining

Major: Economics

Academic Year: Junior

Jaideep Taneja

Jaideep Taneja

Department:Finance

Major: Double Major (Business Management/Finance and Economics)

Academic Year: Senior

Izuchukwu Egonu

Izuchukwu Egonu

 

Department:Finance

Major: Physics

Academic Year: Senior

Carson Barnes

Carson Barnes

Department:HR/Ceridian Conversion Team

Major: Asian Studies/Spanish

Academic Year: Junior

Lasandra Mitchell

Lasandra Mitchell

Department:Dining

Major: Double Major (Health Science & Biology)

Academic Year: Senior

T'Kheya Yisrael

T'Kheya Yisrael

Department:Marketing

Major: Double Major (Bio Chem and Sociology)

Academic Year: Senior

“Being able to work with and learn from professionals in so many different areas across campus has helped me to feel more career-ready and confident in myself. I’ve been able to create a more welcoming environment for students at Stony Brook through collaborating with the Career Center to arm them with the tools to be more well-rounded professionals. I’ve helped them navigate college just a little bit better with information tables at summer orientations for first-year students. Coming back to the internship for a second year as a Marketing and Communications Intern, I feel better equipped to play a more active role in FSA’s events and operations and more poised to voice my own ideas and take initiatives on projects. I’ve been able to make real and lasting connections with people and cultivate a lot of transferable skills that I know will help me as I move forward in my own career.”

William Zhu

William Zhu

Department:Facilities/Business Development

Major: Mechanical Engineer

Academic Year: Sophomore

“This internship has given me access to a lot of opportunities that I otherwise might not have. I have learned so much about the logistics and operations of a construction project and the specific steps needed for a project idea to go into the actual construction phase.”

Marquis Sampson

Marquis Sampson

Department:HR/Ceridian Conversion Team

Major: Computer Engineering

Academic Year: Senior

Brian Kondracki

Brian Kondracki

Department:IT

Major: Computer Science

Academic Year: Second Year Grad Student

 
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