Lectures and seminars can introduce you to the business world, but there’s nothing like an internship to show you the inner workings of a real company. Ithaca College student Christie Parlamas ’09 got her taste of business merchandising during a demanding internship at Tommy Hilfiger last summer.
Parlamas, a business administration major, has always wanted to work in...
College students often hear that they’ll never be anything more than a face in the crowd on campus and never transcend the separation between teacher and student. I was determined that this not be true for me when choosing a graduate school, and that’s why I chose Ithaca College.
During my time here, I’ve learned that IC excels at developing a hands-on...
Every semester, Ithaca College sends students to Washington, D.C., for the Washington Semester Program. The program is designed for juniors and seniors of all majors and offers meaningful internships as its core opportunity. Students earn credit for their internship experience while taking academic courses to maintain a normal course load.
While a Monday-through-Thursday...
Still suffering from jet lag after working as an intern at the Olympics in Beijing last summer? Well, wake up! You won't want to miss this new opportunity!
The Roy H. Park School of Communications is one of just a handful of schools in the country from which interns will be recruited to work for NBC Sports at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada.
NBC Sports will...
Matthew Sprague ’05 knew exactly what we wanted out of a college. With an avid interest in chemistry and a passion for music, he immediately connected with Ithaca College’s small university feel and esteemed music school.
“My interest in research really developed at IC,” says Sprague, remembering what initially drew him to IC. “Before I arrived, I knew...
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