From Dubai to France to London, our students’ internships are pathways to gain on-the-job knowledge, expand their worldview, and further their career aspirations. The Pardee School caught up with some of the inaugural recipients of the Michael T. Corgan Internship Fund to discuss their career goals, the internships they’ve secured, and the impact of the Corgan Fund.
With the support of BU’s Newbury Center & Center for Career Development, Dasouki created the closet, which provides students with professional attire appropriate for interviews, networking events, career fairs, and the workplace free of charge.
Pardee School Alumni emphasized the importance of networking, establishing relationships with Pardee School professors, making meaningful connections with peers, and taking advantage of the study abroad programs at BU.
The new fund is part of a major initiative to provide Pardee School students with high-impact opportunities to advance their career goals in the field of international affairs.
Two Pardee alums – Bryan Patenaude and Ben Levine – are listed in the 2020 Forbes “30 Under 30” list of trailblazing entrepreneurs.
The Pardee Works series continued with a conversation on about careers in the State Department under U.S. President Donald Trump.
Diplomat in Residence for New England Jon F. Danilowicz discussed navigating career and internship opportunities at the State Department.
Joel Fajardo brings his Pardee School wisdom to the community of San Fernando, serving as their first openly gay mayor.