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    Program Supports Summer Internships for Students

    Eleven University of Scranton students received support for their summer internships through the Royal Experience Summer Internship Program for 2018. Mark Miller, a marketing and business administration double major, is a summer intern at Wasserman, a sports marketing agency in Raleigh, North Carolina.
    July 20, 2018

    The Royal Experience Summer Internship Program provided 11 University of Scranton students, selected from a competitive pool, a stipend of up to $4,000 to support their participation in a meaningful unpaid internship for the summer of 2018. The program is funded by the philanthropy of the University’s Parents’ Executive Council and the donations of alumni and friends of the University.

    Students receiving support are writing about their internship experiences in a blog published on The University’s Gerard R. Roche Center for Career Development webpage.

    Students who participated in the 2018 Royal Experience Summer Internship program are:

    Tate Ackerman of Endicott, New York, a biology, Spanish and philosophy triple major, who is an intern at The University of Scranton’s Biology Department;

    Thomas McGinley of Glenn Dale, Maryland, a marketing major, who is an intern at Ironman, Tampa, Florida;

    Robert McGowan of Scranton, a philosophy and psychology double major, who is an intern at McLean Hospital, Middleborough, Massachusetts;

    Andrew Milisits of Northampton, a philosophy major, who is an intern at Rudas Law, Bethlehem;

    Mark Miller of Archbald, a marketing and business administration double major, who is an intern at Wasserman, a sports marketing agency in Raleigh, North Carolina;

    Sarah Novak of Scranton, a health administration major, who is an intern at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia;

    Jordan Oakey of South Abington Township, a liberal studies major, who is an intern at the Everhart Museum;

    Stefan Olsen of Kingston, a biochemistry major, who is an intern at The University of Scranton Chemistry Department;

    Amanda Spiteri of Astoria, New York, a finance major, who is an intern at Cannataro Park Avenue Financial, New York, New York;

    Catherine Stapf of Warrington, a neuroscience and philosophy double major, who is an intern at The University of Scranton biopsychology laboratory;

    Jillian Wall of Oxford, New Jersey, a strategic communication major, who is an intern at Sussex County Miners, Augusta, New Jersey.

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