Sarah Hague ’14: Liaison in Federal Legislature

Sarah Hague ’14 was recently hired as a caseworker for U.S. Representative Carolyn Maloney (NY-12). Hague began her work with Maloney as an intern as part of her master’s program practicum in August of 2015, and was hired five months later. “As… Read More

Business Strategies and Savvy Finances: An Internship in Hong Kong

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Preparing to study abroad requires entering the mindset that your experience will be both challenging and rewarding. After all, the wave of excitement and culture shock is likely to hit. But what happens when you intern abroad?

An Internship at the “University Without Students”

The weather isn’t the only thing keeping D.C. hot this season. A historic presidential race has D.C.’s political climate boiling—and Reece Brown ’17 is living and working in the thick of it. As an intern at The Heritage… Read More

Innovation and Experience: An Internship at North Shore Innoventures

This summer, North Shore Innoventures, a non-profit technology business incubator, opened its doors for internship opportunities with Gordon College students. Jordan Van Althuis ’18 was Gordon College’s pioneer intern, completing a 10-week internship at the Beverly-based headquarters. Majoring… Read More

Dan Hurley ’15: The Pay-It-Forward Power of Gordon’s Alumni Network

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From Gordon to GE Capital—with stops in China and Hong Kong along the way—recent grad Dan Hurley ’15 prepares to bring two outstanding global business experiences to his first post as an investment analyst.