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Fulfilling Summer Internships

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This is the story of 14 Pace students picked for Wilson Center funded internships, making a difference and gaining real-world experience. Find out what happened at the Learning Outcomes Reception in NYC.

The Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship invites you to the upcoming Learning Outcomes Reception: Wilson Center Summer Funded Internship Program on Wednesday, September 16, from 12:15 p.m.–1:10 p.m. in the 18th floor Boardroom at One Pace Plaza, NYC Campus.

During the reception, summer 2015 funded interns (listed below) will gather to present the learning outcomes of their respective summer internships to their peers in the program, internship supervisors, and the Pace Community.

America Needs YouMichelle Miloscia ’17, Communications
Art House AstoriaKelly Donovan ’16, Marketing
Brooklyn Bridge ParkKatherine Sparer ’16, Communications
Control ArmsChanda Daniels ’16, Criminal Justice
Historic Richmond TownSarah Koppalakonda ’16, Public Administration 
Hour ChildrenMarine Alaberkian ’16, Communications  
International Rescue CommitteeKilian Tep ’17, Economics  
Older Adults Technology ServicesElizabeth Pooran ’16, International Management and Marketing
PAXCaitlin Boley ’16, Political Science   
Re:GenderNarendra Gujral ’15, MS in Information Systems
Sanctuary for FamiliesVictoria Gonzalez ’17, Political Science
Snug HarborWajiha Mustafa ’18, Psychology
The Laundromat ProjectChet Kincaid ’18, Economics
9/11 Tribute CenterSara Moriarty ’16, Communications, Journalism, and History

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The Wilson Center Funded Internship Program was launched in 2009 and places up to 15 Pace University students in full-time, paid summer internships with New York social enterprises and human service nonprofit organizations each year.

The Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship was created in 2005 to serve the nonprofit and social enterprise community and Pace University. Devoted to honing the risk-taking spirit and managerial skills of nonprofit organizations and social ventures, the Center was launched with a pledge from Helene and Grant Wilson, Boston-area entrepreneurs and philanthropists whose philanthropic endeavors convinced them that entrepreneurial management can help social ventures increase their impact.