Dream internships -- with $3,000 from Connecticut College
A total of 340 rising seniors – three-quarters of the Class of 2015 – interned all over the world this summer through Connecticut College's distinctive career and professional development program.
Of those completing internships, 87 percent are taking advantage of the College's offer of up to $3,000 for a career-related internship or research experience between their junior and senior years; the rest of the students are being paid in excess of $3,000 by their employers. See where our students worked over the summer.
The College's four-year program combines one-on-one counseling and practical workshops with assistance planning coursework and co-curricular activities to help students create an integrated experience that bridges naturally to a successful career.
Some of the places members of the Class of 2015 interned:
Business and finance
Google Bloomberg L.P. Fidelity Investments Aetna Converse Inc. Life is good, Inc. Morgan Stanley Ernst & Young
Government and public policy
U.S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Intergovernmental Affairs Office of the Attorney General of Massachusetts Office of Senator Elizabeth Warren Office of Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro
Institute for Field Research; Ethnohistorical Archaeology in Mexico Program International Women’s Rights Action Watch Asia Pacific Bank of Tokyo Time Out Beijing Wildlife Friends Foundation Thailand
Communications and Media
Elle Marie Claire Sirius XM Radio Inc. Esquire
New York Communities for Change Legal Outreach Inc. Art Start Inc. Irish International Immigration Center WE ACT for Environmental Justice
Arts, entertainment and sports
Brooklyn Conservatory of Music New Orleans Musicians Assistance Foundation New York Theatre Workshop The Weinstein Company 4th Row Films Maine Film Center Global Premier Soccer
Science and research
Yale Positive Emotion and Psychopathology Lab Boston Children’s Hospital St. Louis University, Department of Psychology Aerodyne Research Inc. Harvard University, Department of Chemistry and Chemical Biology U.S. Geological Survey, Alaska Volcano Observatory
Museums and public venues
Metropolitan Museum of Art Museum of Fine Arts, Boston New England Aquarium Chugach National Forest