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Cynthia Simon presents at internship research symposium

Cynthia Simon, director of the College of Arts and Sciences Internship Office
Cynthia Simon, director of the College of Arts and Sciences Internship Office

November 06, 2019

Cynthia Simon, director of the College of Arts and Sciences Internship Office, recently presented at the University of Wisconsin-Madison’s Center for Research on College-Workforce Transitions second annual Symposium on College Internship Research.

Her presentation compared national academic internship models and considered credit-bearing internship curriculum.

Simon’s talk provided expertise on designing for-credit internship courses using a central internship model.

The model incorporates national internship discipline best practices, strategies and student learning outcomes.

Simon’s talk lead to an invitation for her to provide a consultation to the Experiential Learning & Career Education office at Cardinal Stritch University and a talk at the United Negro College Fund in Atlanta.

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