Internships & Research

 
Graduates

Evidence of Success

Class of 2012

• 97 percent were employed or in advanced study within 10 months of graduation (of those reporting).
• 93 percent of law school applicants were admitted.
• 86 percent of medical school applicants were admitted.

Class of 2013

• 96 percent were employed or in advanced study within 10 months of graduation (of those reporting).
• 94 percent of law school applicants were admitted.
• 86 percent of medical school applicants were admitted.

Class of 2014

• 95 percent were employed or in advanced study within 12 months of graduation (of those reporting).
• 100 percent of law school applicants were admitted.
• 94 percent of medical school applicants were admitted.

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As part of the Centre Commitment, the College guarantees students at least one internship or research opportunity during their four years.

More than 90 percent of the Class of 2015 conducted collaborative research with a professor or engaged in an internship—experiences guaranteed as part of the Centre Commitment.

2015 CENTRETERM INTERNSHIPS

Danville Pediatrics (Danville, Ky.), Yukon Capital Partners (Minneapolis, Minn.), Boston Public Schools (Boston, Mass.), Lawyers Without Borders (New Haven, Conn.), Clear Channel Radio (Tampa, Fla.), Smithsonian Associates (Washington, D.C.), Standard Bank and Trust Co. (Morris, Ill.), Lockheed Martin (Lexington, Ky.)

2015 CENTRETERM INTERNSHIPS ABROAD

Foundation for International Medical Relief of Children (Dominican Republic), ISSSTE Hospital (Mexico), Center for Economic and Social Studies (Albania), University of Electronic Science and Technology (China)

2015 SUMMER RESEARCH PROJECTS

65 students participated in funded summer research projects, such as finding a greener way to make paper white by creating iron and manganese coordination complexes able to oxidize lignin, the polymer that makes wood hard; studying the effects of neurofeedback on patterns of brain activity and state-trait anxiety levels; and determining whether anti-predator behavior of green monkeys (Chlorecebus saebus) is learned or innate by studying a population living on the predator-free island of Barbados.

2015 SUMMER INTERNSHIPS

Denver Art Museum (Denver, Colo.), Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, Md.), Houston Zoo (Houston, Texas), Amnesty International (New York, N.Y.), St. Louis Federal Reserve (Louisville, Ky.), JanusTech (Sunnyvale, Calif.), National College of Natural Medicine (Portland, Ore.)

2015 SUMMER INTERNSHIPS ABROAD

Shanghai Green Antiques (China), NACEL American Village (France), U.S. Embassy (Croatia), Foodchain (New Zealand), WorldTeach (Costa Rica), MOCHE, Inc. (Peru), Prague Summer Nights (Czech Republic)

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