The College of Charleston's School of Business made sure students could continue to get real-world experience safely amid the coronavirus pandemic through remote internships.
When her original summer internship was cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, Candace Pfister quickly secured another internship at her high school alma mater.
Student Grace Lowe, who is double-majoring in meteorology and physics, is spending her summer working as a public relations/marketing intern for weather software firm HailPoint.
Senior Alexis Wright spent her summer working as a program assistant with the United Nations Association of the National Capital Area.
One recent CofC graduate's internship in Western Colorado has enabled her to apply classroom lessons to hands-on work as she moves ahead in forging her career path.
As an intern with the EastWest Institute, Katya Caleca has learned about the dangers surrounding cyberattacks on governments and corporations.
Math major Evan Sliker is spending his summer honing his cybersecurity skills as a system administration intern for Life Cycle Engineering.
Finance major Nina Hayes is spending her summer working as a student trainee examiner at the FDIC in Atlanta.
Communication major Whitley Taylor is focusing on her future career this summer as a public relations intern at ReviveHealth.
Art history major Maria Carrillo-Marquina is getting hands-on experience this summer as an intern at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City.