One of my University of New Haven professors opened the doors for an internship last summer at Marcum. They liked me so much, they hired me!
- Amanda Fletcher
At the University of New Haven, you get on-the-job training long before you land your first job. Call it an internship, practicum, or work-study, it’s one of the greatest things you can do while you’re at the University of New Haven. You’re giving yourself a head start on developing the management skills and acumen that are the key to going places in the business world.
We match your chosen discipline with the company — and we have a solid network of employers in all areas of industry, social service, non-profit, and government. Want a real deal-closer? Surveys show that students who participate in internships were 48% more likely to be offered a position than those who had part-time jobs not sponsored by the University.
After interning at Marcum LLP, one of the top fifteen accounting firms in the country, Amanda Fletcher was offered a permanent position there as an auditor. Pretty Sweet!
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