Royal Experience Program Supports Summer Interns

    Twelve University of Scranton students received support for their summer internships through the Royal Experience Summer Internship Program for 2019.
    August 14, 2019

    The Royal Experience Summer Internship Program provided 12 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 2019. 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.

    The following is a list of students who participated in the 2019 Royal Experience Summer Internship program.

    Michelle D’Alessandro, a biology major from Colonia, New Jersey, was a wildlife sanctuary intern at the Antler Ridge Wildlife Sanctuary, Newton, New Jersey.

    Abbey Donaldson, a history major from Scranton, was an intern at the Everhart Museum.

    Virginia Farrell, a history major from Scranton, was an education intern at the Everhart Museum.

    William Blake Hammert, an exercise science major from Archbald, was a strength and conditioning intern at The University of Connecticut Athletic Department in Storrs, Connecticut.

    Maria Hickey, a business administration major from Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, was a marketing and management assistant at Our Lady of the Fields Camp and Retreat Center, Brighton, Michigan.

    Claire Jarvis, an occupational therapy major from Annandale, New Jersey, was a therapy intern at Island Dolphin Care, Key Largo, Florida.

    Elizabeth Kenny, a biology major from Kendall Park, New Jersey, was a pollination ecology summer intern at the University of California, Riverside, California.

    Nolan McLaughlin, a neuroscience major from Moscow, was a research intern at the University of New Hampshire, Durham, New Hampshire.

    Tara O’Hagan, a biology major from Rockville Centre, New York, was a student researcher at Columbia University Irving Medical Center Department of Pediatrics, New York, New York.

    Jordan Oakey, a liberal studies major from South Abington Township, was a museum registrar at the Everhart Museum.

    Mili Patel, a neuroscience major from Scranton, was an intern for the Partial Hospitalization Program at Scranton Counseling Center.

    Colin Sommers, a history and political science major from Manlius, New York, was a summer intern at Nichols Law Offices, PLLC, Syracuse, New York.

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