8 Students Honored for Internships

 Aislinne Lutz receives 2013 Intern of the Year award from Desmond Murray

Associate Director of Field Experience Desmond Murray presented the 2013 Marist College Intern of the Year Award to Aislinne Lűtz ’13 at the annual ceremony recognizing student accomplishment in internships.

 

 Marist’s Center for Career Services has presented its Intern of the Year Award to Aislinne Lűtz, a senior criminal justice major with a double minor in psychology and global studies. She received the award at the College’s annual Field Experience Recognition Award Ceremony April 24 at the historic Cornell Boathouse.

Given by Marist’s Center for Career Services since 1993, the award recognizes a graduating senior for outstanding achievement in experiential education, which includes internships, co-ops, and student teaching assignments.

In addition, seven students representing the academic schools at Marist received intern awards: Paige J. Palermo ’13, a fashion merchandising major; Jacquelyn Mucilli ’14, communications; Ryan Wallner ’13, information technology and systems; Megan Rutkowski ’13, English; Chelsea M. Botta ’13, business administration; Krista Hammel ’13, environmental science and biology; and Christina Aiuto ’14, psychology, elementary and special education.

Lűtz, of Glenmont, NY, is a Dean’s List student and a member of Alpha Phi Sigma, the national criminal justice honors society. She has participated in five internships: the U.S. Secret Service; National Security Associates WorldWide; Potomac Recruiting; the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services; and the Albany County Family Court. She is also a member of the Criminal Justice Society, Dance Club, Campus Ministry, and the Marist College Singers.

At the event, Stephen Cole, executive director of the Center for Career Services, presented the 2013 Marist College Intern Employer of the Year Award to Health Quest. Past recipients of the employer award have been Anderson Center for Autism, Hudson Valley magazine, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, MTV Networks, Target, Morgan Stanley, Maggy London International, the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Department, Center for Enhanced Performance at the U.S. Military Academy, St. Francis Hospital, IBM, Enterprise Rent-A-Car, the American Cancer Society, Central Hudson Gas and Electric, Northwestern Mutual Life, Paine Webber, and Madison Square Garden.

The event’s keynote speaker was Eben Yager, senior vice president and general manager of the Hudson Valley Renegades.

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