Professional Introductory Internships

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A 10-week occupational introduction to careers paths occurring three times a year in Fall, Spring and Summer. Participants can work virtually from any location, making the program accessible and introducing “working remotely” structure and responsibility. Designed and led by veteran mentors, the program onboards students into traditional employer internships and by emphasizing career options and language critical for conversing at entry level interviews and networking. Internships are for those looking to gain introductory experience to explore.

Professional Introductory Internships

Format

  • One hour "live" weekly conference calls with 7 industry subjects of different occupations, key principals of success led by mentor and seasoned professionals within the industry.
  • Three life skill sessions in each internship discussing networking, social media responsibility, interviewing to employer needs.
  • Proprietary tracking platform to certify data and archive for employer and sponsor verification.
  • Weekly projects completed independently benefitting sponsors, or projects with industry application reflecting experience of internship for interviewing.
  • Master’s Boot Camps with industry specific mentors and thought leaders.

Industries Represented

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HealthCare

Starts Fall 2019

Sports Management

Starts Fall 2019

Blockchain and Legal Technology

Starts Fall 2019

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Testimonial

"The virtual internship was a great learning experience and opened me up to career ideas I hadn’t previously considered. I am actually planning to accept an offer in New York for next summer. I wouldn't have pursued sales and trading without my experience with Trust Navigator. I also did bring my stock report to my final round interview and every person I spoke with was very interested in discussing both it and your program."

Emily - University of Pennsylvania