We have close ties to the corporate community, and that helps you make new contacts and discover what it is like to take an active role in an organization—enhancing your opportunities for success.
If you’re an undergraduate or graduate student at Adelphi, you can take advantage of our corporate internship program. These internships represent all areas of the business world—from accounting to finance, or from HR to marketing. A number of students have successfully leveraged their internships into full-time positions. We partner with many successful organizations for these internships, a few of which are listed below:
Student Response“The internship I had at Merrill Lynch’s Park Avenue office was definitely a great experience in the working world. I got to experience the commute into the city, being in a professional working environment, and dealing and doing business with high net-worth clients and business people. I also built great communication skills and professionalism from talking to people on the phone and visiting other offices in the city to deliver or to pick up client information.” — J. Rodriguez “It’s been a great learning experience. It’s helped me to put the knowledge I gained from the classroom to work. I’m also picking up skills that can’t be taught.” — Anthony Moneta “I interned as a Financial Planner at Bank of America Merrill Lynch for two semesters during my junior year of college. The advantage of interning for two semesters gave me the chance to separate myself from the other interns who only did one semester. It gave me the opportunity to connect with the team I was working with, show my passion in finance, and it lead to a full time job post-graduation. My senior year, I spent one semester doing a paid internship at Northwestern Mutual Financial Network as a Financial Representative. This allowed me to get sponsorship for my Life, Accident, and Health License—and bring in some income. The license helped me test out the career and decide if this was something I would be interested in going forward.” — Greg Cantone