Student & Alumni Internship Testimonials

 

Chiara Di Vito

Chiara Di Vito

My name is Chiara di Vito, a 21-year-old Marketing and Communications major at John Cabot University. I had the opportunity to do an internship at “Assodonna” Association through JCU’s Center for Career Services. The Career Services Director, Antonella Salvatore, and her staff helped me write my resume and sent it to the companies. I decided to apply for “Assodonna,” an organization that focuses on the power of women in technology, art, and culture. Read more

Anastasiia Shmatina

Anastasiia Shmatina

My name is Anastasiia Shmatina (class of 2018), and I am studying Business Administration and Marketing at John Cabot University. Since January 2018, I started working as a marketing and communications intern at the JCU Center for Career Services. During my academic career, I have always received support from JCU Center for Career Services through career advising, seminars, fairs and training. When I learned about the for-credit internship position at the Career Services Center, I applied right away as I wanted to be a part of a hard-working, organized and professional team. Read more

Karl Kevin Kakeu

Karl Kevin Kakeu

My name is Karl Kevin Kakeu and I graduated in Economics and Finance at John Cabot University, in May 2017. A couple of months after graduation I was contacted by Teleperformance, one of the largest contact center companies in the world. I had met the CFO of Teleperformance at the November Career Fair, organized by JCU Center for Career Services. I am currently interning there as Financial Controller. Studying at John Cabot University has been a great experience, as I have had the chance to attend extremely helpful classes for my professional future. Read more

Azelya Terzi

Azelya Terzi

My name is Azelya Terzi and I am a junior degree-seeking student at John Cabot University. I am majoring in Communications and minoring in Business Administration. I will be graduating in May 2019. I started my internship in the Office of Web Communications at JCU in Spring 2018.It is a for-credit internship, which offers me further progress in my academic journey. In addition to the hours spent working in the office, interns are required to take a class that meets seven times throughout the semester. For this class, we keep a work journal, interview our supervisors, and write a white paper. Read more

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