Intern Testimonials


Lourdes Pastrana PazLOURDES PASTRANA PAZ 

Psychology, Business – BA ‘19
Intern at Ignite Fredericton

This internship is going to be incredibly beneficial for me moving forward. The hands-on work is amazing because you’re learning while you’re experiencing it.”

 

 

 

 

Jarrod RyanJARROD RYAN 

Human Rights; Law, Politics, and Society – BA ‘19
Intern at New Brunswick Child and Youth Advocate Office


I’m starting to see all of the knowledge I’ve gained through my degree translate into an ability to make real-world contributions. My internship has provided me an opportunity to apply what I’ve learned in class to issues facing our community.”

 

 

 

Adriana BadilloADRIANA BADILLO

Communications and Public Policy, Economics – BA ‘19
Intern at: Ignite Fredericton

This experience has been a bridge between university and the professional world, and I’ve been able to gain valuable skills and learn directly from communications and business experts.”

 

 

 

 

SAMANTHA JESSO

Members Engagement Intern — BA '19
Intern at: NB Association of Social Workers

“I've had the opportunity to learn more about the impact social workers have on individuals, families and communities. This experience has been invaluable to me because I learn directly from experienced, well-respected social workers in the province.”

 

 

 

 

KELLY GREEN

Environment and Society, Communications and Public Policy – BA ‘21
Intern at: Nature Trust of New Brunswick


“My internship has been nothing but incredible. I’ve been perfecting my professional writing, researching, and analytical skills, making the passion for my career path stronger every time I am in the office.”

 

 

 

 

KAYLA DOODY

Human Rights, Political Science – BA ‘19
Intern at: United Way


Working with United Way has taught me so much about privilege, perseverance and the goodness of others. It has allowed me to make connections between the classroom and the real world, and has influenced my future career goals. The internship program at STU is truly degree-changing!

 
 
 
 
 
 

ALISHA TUCKER

Economics, Communications and Public Policy – BA ‘19
Intern at: The Ville Cooperative


“I am grateful and proud to be able to apply my knowledge and the theory that I learn in class to a professional setting in an influential way, particularly for such an important local non-profit organization.”

 

 

 

 

KATHERINE SORRELL KIRKPATRICK

History, English Language and Literature – BA ‘19
Intern at: Kings Landing

 

“I am so grateful for the opportunity to intern at Kings Landing. It has allowed me to gain invaluable experience in my field that most do not have the chance to acquire before graduate school. I love working in something I’m passionate about while finishing my degree.”