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Interns, Grads, and Co-Ops

Long Island is lucky to have great educational institutions where students learn the technology and business skills that employers are looking for. We’ve put together information and contacts for the schools in the LISTnet community as a resource to the Long Island business community. We encourage local businesses looking to hire local students and grads to reach out to these schools for more information. 

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Adelphi University

College of Arts and Sciences

Adelphi University offers students a broad education in the study of liberal arts and sciences as well as advanced courses in the student’s chosen major. Undergraduate and graduate programs span 37 disciplines in the Sciences, Arts, and Humanities and Social Sciences including Computer Science. Their accomplished, supportive faculty are invested in teaching students to be the next generation of critical and creative thinkers, and global leaders. Internships, research and fieldwork opportunities enable students to apply knowledge in their chosen careers.

Robert B. Willumstad School of Business

Adelphi’s undergraduate and graduate business programs prepare students to meet the challenges of a technology-driven, global business environment. Business foundations are not just important for corporate enterprises, but also for careers in government and nonprofit entities. Experiential learning is key to our curriculum, including hands-on experience in our trading room as well as internship opportunities and on-campus lectures by leaders in industry. Programs of study include accounting, finance, economics, management, marketing, human resources and decision sciences.

Center for Career and Professional Development

 Adelphi Career Services collaborates with students, faculty, alumni, university colleagues and employers to build partnerships that enhance career development and generate career-based experiential education and employment opportunities for students and alumni.

Interns and Grads

Center for Career and Professional Development


Hofstra University

Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science

The Fred DeMatteis School of Engineering and Applied Science (SEAS) – ranked in the top 15% nationwide of non-PhD granting engineering schools by US News World Report – is home to Hofstra’s computer science and engineering departments. The DeMatteis School is distinguished by offering hands-on research experience in state-of-the-art laboratory facilities, valuable pre-professional, on-the-job experience, and collaborative relationships with professors who are leaders in their fields.


Phil Coniglio
Director, DeMatteis School Co-op Program

Frank G. Zarb School of Business

At the Frank G. Zarb School of Business, you will find an academic community that utilizes technology to address the many challenges facing our society. Students develop critical thinking skills and learn to understand how business and society are so often linked and interdependent. Our degree programs and initiatives focus on the topics that affect our communities next door, nationally and abroad including sustainability, entrepreneurship, finance, healthcare, big data, the role of women in business, and global leadership.


Dr. Kaushik Sengupta
Chair, Management and Entrepreneurship


Dr. Andrew Forman
Executive Director of the Co-op MBA Program

Carla Hamilton
Co-op Director

Center for Career Design & Development

The Hofstra Center for Career Design and Development is committed to helping employers connect with Hofstra students as easily as possible. Our goal is to effectively meet your recruiting needs, whether you are seeking candidates for internships, full-time entry level opportunities, part-time jobs or volunteer opportunities. We can also work with you to promote your company on campus.

Interns and Grads

Center for Career Design & Development


Hunter Business School

Web Application Design and Development Program

The Web Application Design and Development training program offers students hands-on school instruction in full-stack web development, giving them the skills needed to become a junior developer or website administrator. This seven and a half month intensive training program gives students the skills, theory, and hands-on experience necessary to enter the cutting-edge field of website and application development.


George McRedmond

Web Application Design & Development Program Chair / Instructor


Peter E. Zirogiannis
Career Services Advisor
516-796-1000 ext 122

Computer Technician Networking Specialist Program

The Computer Technician Networking Specialist training program is designed to prepare students for entry-level positions in the fields of computer, repair and networking. Hunter Business School students learn a number of service and repair techniques to fix hardware and software problems, as well as build, support, upgrade, and secure computers on a SOHO (small office/home office) network in the classroom.

Jody J. Peck
Director of Career Services
516-796-1000 ext 120

Natalia Gandhi
Information Technology


New York Institute of Technology

College of Engineering and Computing Sciences

New York Tech is among the top third of accredited engineering programs ranked by U.S. News & World Report. Their coursework incorporates applied research and real-world case studies to deliver professional educational experiences. Students learn from professors who are recipients of prestigious grants and bring decades of industry knowledge and research into the classroom.


Peter Goldsmith
Co-Op Director
516-224-4400 ext 1

School of Management

New York Tech’s School of Management enrolls fearless, tech-savvy students ready for a challenging and highly personalized educational experience tailored to their career goals and personal aspirations. They welcome all students who aspire to be future leaders, visionaries, or entrepreneurs ready to push the boundaries of traditional business practice, explore innovations in the dynamic business environment, and make impactful contributions to the global marketplace. 

Career Services 

Interns and Graduates

Laurie Hollister


Amy Smith
Associate Director, Employer Relations


St. Joseph’s University

St. Joseph’s University is rooted in the liberal arts tradition, providing students with the opportunity to become well-rounded students while learning from experts in their intended fields. St. Joseph’s offers over 50 majors, certificate programs, and minors taught in a small classroom environment, which encourages student engagement with faculty  and peers.

St. Joseph’s University also has dual and graduate degrees in a Mathematics, Computer Information Technology, and  several M.B.A’s. Many students move onto these advanced degrees, which allow them to further their knowledge and expertise in their fields.

Mathematics and Computer Science

The Department of Mathematics and Computer Science has a strong internship program, and prepares students to utilize the skills they learned at St. Joseph’s for positions in their field. The department has several majors and minors, including Computer Information Technology, Computer Science, and an Actuarial Science strand. The CIT program prepares student to apply programming, algorithms data structure, databases, software engineering, business systems and computer networking fundamentals.

Victoria Hong
Chairperson, Mathematics and Computer Science

Business Administration

The Department of Business Administration and Marketing gives students the tools to be successful in the business field as well-rounded scholars, with expert understanding of business education and a deep knowledge of the humanities, social sciences, behavioral sciences and natural sciences. These interdisciplinary skills allow students to thrive in their respective areas of the field, including management, operations, marketing, accounting, economics, human resources, finance and law.

Linda J Anzalone
Chair and Assistant Professor

Office of Career Preparation and Professional Development

The Office of Career Preparation and Professional Development provides career education through programs, events, and one-on-one services to assist students in attaining their professional goals. Collaboration between faculty, staff and employers help provide students opportunities for career exploration and experiential learning.

Kevin Gill
Career Counselor

Suffolk County Community College

 Suffolk County Community College is the largest community college in the State University of New York (SUNY) system, enrolling approximately 21,000 students. It offers more than 100 degree and certificate options in business and legal studies; communications and arts; computer science, engineering and technology; culinary arts and hospitality management; health, community and human services; education; liberal arts and sciences, which can be completed in two years. The original full-time faculty of fewer than a dozen has grown to more than 415. The college currently has over 140,000 alumni. 

Suffolk County Community College does an amazing job preparing students to enter the workforce upon graduation in such marketable areas as medical records, physical therapist assistant, paralegal, nursing, culinary arts and many other fields. Other students transfer to four-year colleges and universities to complete their baccalaureate degree. Suffolk graduates have gone on to study at institutions such as Columbia, Harvard, Cornell, New York University and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, as well as other institutions within the State University of New York.  

Information Technology – Computer Information Systems 

This program options prepares students for challenging and rewarding careers in computer information systems. Depending on the program track, Information Technology majors are taught various aspects of the management of information technology such as performance measurement, program development, disaster recovery, security, business analysis, top-down design of systems, and writing of technical documents. The concept of teamwork may be reinforced through the assignment of group projects in various courses. Overall, the curriculum is designed to teach technology as well as to develop technological decision-making skills required by a successful information technology professional. 

Adam Bailey
Assistant Director of Information Technology Services 

Human Services

This curriculum provides opportunities for students seeking transfer to bachelor’s degree programs in social work, counseling or human services as well as students seeking employment in human services after graduation. Human services are broadly defined, multidimensional helping profession that assists individuals, families and groups to meet challenges in their ability to cope during life transitions, crisis, and when under stress. Human service professionals are employed in a variety of fields including mental health, health, development disabilities, child welfare, corrections, services to youth, the elderly and to those who are homeless, or poverty stricken. It is an electric fields requiring a strong liberal arts background with an emphasis on the social and behavioral sciences as well as courses providing a foundation in this history, methods, theory and helping skills of the human service profession. 

Meryl Cassidy
Adjunct Assistant Professor of Human Services

Career Services

The Office of Career Services supports the mission, academic programs, and the advancement of Suffolk County Community College. The office of Career Services assists students and alumni in understanding the career development process. It offers opportunities for students to enhance their educational and career goals through experiential learning and relevant work experience. In addition, students are provided with assistance in developing effective job search skills, for the ultimate purpose if pursuing meaningful careers.

Programs and Services which are offered includes: career counseling, career assessments, career fairs, career workshops, internships, interview preparation, resume/cover letter assistance and access to Suffolk’s College Central, which is a free, web-based tool that is designed to help students, alumni, and community residents connect with employers looking to fill a variety of employment opportunities.  

Tania Velazquez
College Director, Career Services



SUNY Old Westbury

SUNY Old Westbury is a selective public liberal arts college where students are challenged to take ownership of their futures through an environment that demands academic excellence, fosters intercultural understanding, and endeavors to stimulate a passion for learning and a commitment to building a more just and sustainable world. Old Westbury weaves the values of integrity, community engagement, and global citizenship into the fabric of its academic programs and campus life. In an environment that cultivates critical thinking, empathy, creativity and intercultural understanding, we endeavor to stimulate a passion for learning and a commitment to building a more just and sustainable world. The College is a community of students, teachers, staff, and alumni bound together in mutual support, respect, and dedication to the Mission.

School of Business

The School of Business is committed to providing high quality business education to our students through its curriculum, its teaching, and its student support services. All business faculty place a high emphasis on teaching effectiveness and student accessibility. Faculty are encouraged to experiment with a diversity of approaches in transmitting information and ensuring that the classroom is a participatory learning environment. Our faculty draw upon their experience and research to enrich student learning in our classrooms.

Shalei Simms
Acting Dean, School of Business
Associate Professor

School of Arts and Science

Mathematics, Computer and Information Science

The Department’s main curriculum goal is to train our students to be problem solvers, critical thinkers, and lifelong learners. To achieve this goal, we offer a broad variety of courses serving the needs of all majors at SUNY Old Westbury. For Liberal Art students we offer mathematics proficiency and computer literacy courses in which mathematics and information technology ideas, many of them quite applicable and intuitive, are studied to enable students to become educated citizens. Many students in more quantitative majors, from Business to Physics, take a series of mathematics and computer science courses required by their respective departments. These courses are offered by the Mathematics & CIS department, and course content is tailored to fit these students’ specialties and backgrounds.

Frank Sanacory
Associate Professor, Chair
Mathematics, Computer and Information Science

Career Development

Career Planning & Development is here to help students & alumni with all aspects of the career planning process including career and self-assessment. They encourage students to take part in major and career exploration, resume, cover letter and personal statements. In addition, job and internship searches, online employment and internship opportunities via Handshake, in person and online mock interviews (InterviewStream) are also offered.

Jerilyn Marinan
Career Planning and Development

Margaret King
Internship and Outreach Coordinator
Career Planning and Development