Students, Alums and Executives Offer Internship and Employment Advice

They share their tips on how to make a good first impression, how to stand out and succeed in the workplace, and why it makes sense to do more than one internship.

Many Girard School students and alums have experienced the benefits and value of doing internships or co-ops during their time at Merrimack. They are often eager to share their experiences and offer their own advice when it comes to getting a job or an internship and how to make the most of it. Here is advice recently shared by students, alums and executives connected to the Girard School.

Students Cam Ferry and Alex Gorgoni presented to fellow students about their internship experiences.

Read their advice on doing an internship >> 


Alum Vincent Ragucci III ’86 recently hired two interns to work with his company, Energy New England.

Read his advice on interviewing for an internship or job >>


Alum Greg Shannahan ’81 and fellow Allianz Global Investors executives recently hosted Girard School students in their NYC offices.

Read their advice on standing out and succeeding in the workplace >>


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