Employers focused on hiring new college grads are optimistic about the job market for Class of 2014 grads; overall, they say the job market looks good for 2014 grads. In fact, they expect to hire 7.8 percent more Class of 2014 grads for their U.S. operations than they hired from the Class of 2013.
Internship programs are much like maps – difficult to comprehend at first. But once you have the right knowledge, learning how to direct your internship program can turn into the ultimate road trip.
Biology major Heather Hook ’14 spent her summer as one of two interns for Pfizer Corporation; the world’s largest research based pharmaceutical company. She was given a $5,000 stipend and a project examining cell line stability.
Patrick Hovsepian ’14 is stating his first semester as a Computer Science Senior, and
all ready has a job offer for after graduation. The position is part of the
Leap Program at Fidelity Investments, where he has spent the last two summers
as an intern.