Hosted at Goodwin College, Thursday, November 29, 2018, the Pathways Internship Appreciation Event is an annual celebration of accomplishment and a night of thanking the many partners that make the program possible. It truly is a magical night and November 29 was no exception.
Eighty summer interns were invited to come and share their accomplishments and dreams with professionals from 20 distinct organizations. They were polished, poised and spoke with direction and purpose. The Goodwin College Auditorium was filled with energy and excitement as well as talent and potential. The organizations present were eager to welcome the next generation of professionals into their companies to leverage their perspective, skills and abilities.
Pathways continues its focus on work-based learning and the integration of real-world experiences, professionals and summer internships into students' education. Following the NAF model, to bring companies and educators together, has proved beneficial for so many students so far and promises to continue to be a stellar partnership for the future.
Cheers to our college and career ready interns, you made this happen and we are so very proud!
The Student Intern Panel moderated by Pathway's Internship & Work-Based Learning Coordinator, Kevin F. Flynn featured the following students who were employed and mentored during the summer of 2018:
Aidan LeMay – Cigna
Adalilah Rodriguez – Aetna
Matthew Cariseo – Pratt & Whitney
Mason Brescia-Hartford Healthcare
Eight Intern & Employer Awards & Recognition were also given to students and staff.
Special thanks and recognition to Hansford S. Johnson from Travelers Edge, Intern Graduate Alexander Martinez, Sonia Dinnall, the
Director of College and Career Readiness, Superintendent Dr. Leslie Torres-Rodriguez, and all of our internship hosts ACMT Inc., Achieve Hartford, Aetna, American Eagle Financial Credit Union, The Beamer, Bud Orange, Cigna, CPEP, CT Historical Society, CT Science Center, CWP, Energy Efficiencies Solutions, Hartford Healthcare, Hartford Steam Boiler, Kelser, MHIS, Neighborhood Studios, Pathways IT, Random Hacks of Kindness Jr., Smith Brothers, Starbase, The Hartford, Travelers, Trinity Mobile Apps for Hartford, Urban Alliance, Verizon, and WH Community Television for your commitment to our students.
Pathways would also like to thank their Industry Advisory Board Members:
Farm Credit Financial
Pratt & Whitney
Stanley Black & Decker
The Hartford Insurance Company
Travelers Insurance Company
United Way of Connecticut
For more information, please contact:
Internship & Work-Based Learning Coordinator
Pathways Academy of Technology and Design