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  • Student Profiles : Saint Anselm College
    the answer to yet Below are some frequently asked questions students ask answered by other students Click each student profile to learn more Emilio Bardini I chose to do an internship to gain experience in fields that I may be interested in and also to build my resume and make myself more marketable upon graduation Read more Molly O Neill The most memorable experience for me during my internship would be working at a conference for caregivers of people living with Alzheimer s disease At that conference I was able to see more clearly the mission of the organization and the impact that all of the behind the scenes work has Read more Joe Gill I do not think I can stress it enough Do an internship I was having a conversation with a roommate the other day when I was half kidding half serious when I said half of our curriculum should be intern based The opportunities that you can create for yourself by spending time in the field you enjoy are endless Go out there and enjoy every minute of it Read more Nicole Guimond The most memorable experience I had while interning was when I was offered a job after interning with the company It just proved to me that all my hard work paid off Read more Matthew Gennetti Real world professional experience No matter how intense or laid back your internship is you are still dealing with other professionals around you You learn skills of how to carry yourself in conversation with other professionals and really just get a good sense of what a real job is like The mere exposure to a company and the communication involved with employees is very beneficial Read more Jillian Tonelli The most memorable experience I had while interning

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  • Online Resources : Saint Anselm College
    Internship Site Academic Department Internship Coordinators Career Services Meelia Center Saint Anselm College Home Page Institutes Centers and the Arts Center for Experiential Learning Academic Internships Links To Resources Main Content Online Resources In addition to ACES Saint Anselm College s career management tool there are many resources available to aid in your internship search Below is a sampling Contact the Academic Internship Office for additional resources and tips Internship Databases http www internhere com https www looksharp com http www internshipprograms com www onedayonejob com https internhub internships com join http www barefootstudent com http stayworkplay org work jobs and internships nh http www indeed com q Internship jobs html Researching Companies http www glassdoor com index htm www bls gov ooh www hoovers com www rileyguide com http fortune com fortune500 Career Industry and Salary Resources www vault com http www acinet org http www careeroverview com http www simplyhired com http www quintcareers com http career advice monster com http www salary com http www salarylist com http www payscale com Washington D C Internships www twc edu www dcinternships org www hillzoo com wiidc org http semesterinwashington gwu edu welcome semester washington politics Summer Camp Jobs

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  • Policies : Saint Anselm College
    how application is to be made to the respective internship program The program governed by the Internship Office will require students to submit cover letters and resumes to each agency to which application is made Additionally students must be in good academic standing minimum GPA of 2 0 at time of application as well as in good disciplinary standing Department Chairs may petition the Dean s Office to waive this requirement for individual students The Internship Office will not pre screen applicants for prospective internship agencies It is the responsibility of the internship agency to interview prospective interns and determine which if any students will be offered an internship with the agency 3 The Method of Supervision Visitation to the internship agency by a designated faculty member is to be arranged with regard to frequency time and place Consistent supervision by an agency supervisor is to be arranged between the supervisor and the intern A job description is to be determined with the company or agency in advance to assure that the student s internship experience is at the entering professional level 4 Specific Academic Areas in the Internship Program There is to be a seminar course or other approved academic component that parallels the internship program The student is required to complete some academic project i e journal major papers as determined by the respective department Students participating in an internship through the Internship Office will attend a bi weekly seminar which serves as the reflective component of the internship program 5 Grading of Student s Internship Experience The department in concert with the Dean of the College and the Registrar is to determine how many courses the internship program replaces The department is to determine how many hours of work are required of each intern For students interning

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  • Become an Internship Site : Saint Anselm College
    Main Content Become an Internship Site The Saint Anselm College internship program emphasizes professional development while supporting the student s liberal arts curriculum The program offers students the opportunity to learn about the workplace and how community organizations function In turn community agencies companies and organizations are supported by the skills and enthusiasm of bright and industrious students Currently the internship program partners with scores of local and national agencies and organizations to provide students with outstanding professional experiences while supporting the objectives and productivity of the agencies with competent personnel Although interns are not employees and it is understood they are working in a learning capacity many agencies have benefited both fiscally and administratively from the additional knowledge creativity and support provided by students Forms Agency Agreement Policies Word 60KB Agency Site Description Form Word 48KB Internships Allow Students To Explore career options Build networks Enhance resumes Develop and practice professional behavior skills Learn the etiquette language and current technology trends in a given field Discover more about themselves and the world around them Enhancing Your Office with Interns Assist office personnel with tasks Create marketing tools brochures displays Research projects Provide new ideas to improve administration Identify grants funding sources Prepare newsletters And much more Organization The academic department in concert with the Dean of the College and the Registrar is to determine how many courses the internship program replaces For students interning through the Academic Internship Office receiving Economics and Business credit 140 to 160 hours are required for a four credit internship and 280 to 320 hours are required for an eight credit internship Students participating in an internship through the Academic Internship Office will attend a bi weekly seminar which serves as the reflective component of the internship program Some type of academic requirement i

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  • Academic Department Internship Coordinators : Saint Anselm College
    Career Services Meelia Center Saint Anselm College Home Page Institutes Centers and the Arts Center for Experiential Learning Academic Internships Academic Department Internship Coordinators Main Content Academic Department Internship Coordinators Department Internship Coordinators Biology Dan Lavoie Ph D Politics Chris Galdieri Ph D Chemistry Mary Kate Donais Ph D Psychology Loretta Brady Ph D Computer Science Carol Traynor Ph D Sociology Sara Smits Criminal Justice Elaine Rizzo Ph D Fine Arts Kimberly Kersey Asbury M F A Economics and Business internships anselm edu Modern Languages Lourdes Jimenez Ph D English Sherry Shepler Ph D Physics David Guerra Ph D Department Chairs Classics David George Ph D Nursing Sharon George Ph D Education Diana Terrell Ph D Philosophy Joseph Spoerl Ph D History Beth Salerno Theology Dan Daly Ph D Mathematics Gregory Buck Ph D Office of Career Services Students interested in internships should also contact the Office of Career Services OCS located in Suite B of the Center for Experiential Learning top level of Cushing Center OCS offers a variety of resources including self assessement tools interview workshops cover letter and resume review sessions and informal advising concerning job opportunities Internships advertised by OCS may be completed for valuable experience

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  • Saint Anselm College Fall Internship Fair : Saint Anselm College
    Academic Internships Find An Internship Internship Fair Main Content Saint Anselm College Fall Internship Fair Date October 28 2015 Time 4 p m Location Cushing Lobby North Lounge Come to the Saint Anselm College Fall Internship Fair to meet employers who are looking for students of various majors to fill their internship positions Stop by with your updated resume to speak with those you have an interest in All majors and all class years are welcome and encouraged to attend Participating employers Asian Atlantic Industries B C Glass Company Bankers Life and Casualty Company Big Brothers Big Sisters of New Hampshire Bigelow Company CPA s PLLC Boys Girls Club of Manchester Breathe New Hampshire Catholic Medical Center College Pro Community Alliance for Teen Safety CoreMedical Group Crotched Mountain Dyn Enterprise Rent A Car Families in Transition Federal Bureau of Investigation Gateways Community Services Graphic Packaging International Inc HVSquare LLC Joe Suozzo s Allstate Financial Services League of Conservation Voters Legacy Financial Solutions Inc Lionbridge Technologies Manchester Monarchs Manchester Police Department MAS Medical Staffing Medicus Healthcare Solutions LLC Merrimack Mortgage Company LLC Navigate Fund Solutions LLC New Hampshire Fisher Cats New Hampshire State Senate NH Department of Corrections Northwestern Mutual Novogradac

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  • Applying to Law School : Saint Anselm College
    Law Law School Applying to Law School Main Content Applying to Law School The two most important factors in law school admission decisions are the GPA of your undergraduate work and your LSAT scores To find out if you have a reasonable chance of getting into law school you should look at the median GPAs and LSAT scores of selected schools e g the Boston College Law School Locator or refer to the binder AdmissionDecisions for New England Law Schools located in the Academic Advisement Resource Library In general you need around a 3 0 GPA and an above average LSAT score 150 This does not mean that if you have a GPA under 3 0 or a low LSAT score that you won t get into law school many do but these are numbers to shoot for All grades will be factored into a GPA including summer school courses and courses transferred from another institution Although your Saint Anselm cumulative GPA does not include grades from other institutions the Law School Data Assembly Service LSDAS will factor in all grades For many law schools your score on the LSAT will be as important as your undergraduate GPA if not

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  • Law School Timeline : Saint Anselm College
    Work hard Your GPA is 50 of your law school application Sophomore Year Take courses that will develop your communication skills reading comprehension logical reasoning and analytical skills There is no pre law curriculum other than taking a wide array of liberal arts courses Pick a major that you will enjoy The more technically included your major math or science the more important it is that you take courses that force you to write Do not pick a major because you think it will increase your chances of acceptance at a law school Law schools seek diversity in majors Seek leadership positions in selected student organizations Remember depth not breadth Develop relationships with faculty members Junior Year Purchase the Official Guide to U S Law Schools from LSAC or your local bookstore Determine the schools to which you might apply Take challenging courses Not only do law schools look at your overall GPA they also evaluate your transcript to see evidence that you challenged yourself i e you avoided easy courses Register for the June LSAT the deadline is generally in early May Prepare for the LSAT Take full length practice exams Research LSAT prep courses if you intend to enroll in one Purchase prep materials Invest 150 200 hours of study time because the LSAT is the other 50 of your law school application Identify who might write your letters of recommendation Senior Year September October Register with the Law School Data Assembly Service The LSDAS is a clearinghouse which summarizes academic records LSAT scores and letters of recommendation for law schools Give the transcript request form to the Registrar s Office Send transcript request forms to any other undergraduate schools you have attended Write a draft of your personal statement Update your resume See Career Services Decide on

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