(May 10, 2017)— During the 2016-17 academic year, 49 students from Hagerstown Community College completed internships, gaining job training at local businesses. Students from 19 different majors completed a total of 7,560 hours.
Through the Internship and Job Services Office at HCC, students were placed at 33 different sites within the community based on their major and skill set.
The following area businesses served as mentor sites for HCC interns:
- American Red Cross
- Anderson Photographs
- Antietam National Battlefield
- Boonsboro Police Department
- Boys & Girls Club of Washington County
- Bright Beginnings
- Bright Eyes Childcare
- Congressman John Delaney
- DuVinage Corporation
- Electromet Corporation
- Franklin County
- Head Start of Washington County
- Frederick Memorial Hospital
- Grace Academy
- Hagerstown Community College
- Headstart of Washington County
- InnovaBio MD @ HCC
- Kids Club, Inc.
- Little Jack's Corner
- Marshall Street School
- Middletown Valley Bank
- Mt. Nebo Christian Preschool
- Smithsburg Elementary School
- Sollenberger Construction
- St. Joseph's Catholic School
- Tapestry Technologies
- The Valley School
- W House
- Washington County Department of Social Services
- Washington County Museum Fine Arts
- Washington Co. Public Relations and Community Affairs
- Washington County State's Attorney's Office
- Youngblood Studios
For more information about HCC’s Internship and Job Services, email Bonnie Saunders at email@example.com or call 240-500-2260.
Photo Caption: HCC students completing internships were recently recognized during a luncheon on campus. Back row from left: HCC Internship and Job Placement Specialist Hillary Ware; HCC students Andrew Griffith, of Boonsboro; Austin Warren, of Hagerstown; Jacob Hopper, of Greencastle, Pa.; Darina Kantsavenka, of Hagerstown; Krista Wiles, of Hagerstown; and HCC Coordinator of Internships and Job Services Bonnie Saunders. Front row from left: HCC students Hannah Gaylor, of Hagerstown; Marta Sequinot-Torres, of Hagerstown; Shelley Kelly, of Clearspring; Breanna Barnhart, of Big Pool; and Elsie Martinez, of Hagerstown.