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ACAchieves Spotlights

Assumption students – and alumni – understand the importance of applying classroom knowledge to real-world situations. You’ll find many of our students doing internships and research projects, which aid them in securing jobs and graduate school placements in their senior year. Learn more about the achievements of our students and alumni below.

Emily Gonsalves
Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies '16
Internship: Activities Coordinator at Eisenberg Assisted Living Residences

I worked on the dementia floor at Eisenberg and learned how to interact and cooperate appropriately with those who have memory issues. From this internship I was able to help manage a whole floor with about 20-25 residents.

Andrew Donahue
Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies '16
Internship: Outreach and Tracking Caseworker Intern at The Key Program; Post-Grad Plans: Outreach and Tracking Caseworker at The Key Program

Through this internship, I learned what it means to be a professional in the Human Services field and the importance of being an advocate for our adolescent population. I learned valuable lessons such as the value of teamwork, time management, and communication skills.

John Aviza
Management '17
Internship: Energy Pricing Analyst at TrueLight Energy

During my time at TrueLight Energy, I was involved in forecasting gas and electric energy prices to clients from regional pricing models.  In addition, I was responsible for building out a retail natural gas and electric supplier contact database to assist the senior sales team. The startup atmosphere showed me the importance of being an effective communicator and team player.

Kyle Gilman
Organizational Communication '16
Internship: Marketing Associate with RE/MAX Advantage 1; Post-Grad Plans: Executive Team Leader at Target

The most valuable thing I’ve learned at Assumption is the power of relationship building and networking. The social skills I've gained here have given me confidence that has helped me in job interviews.

Melanie Flaherty
Middle/Secondary Education and History '16
Internship: Student Teacher at Wachusett Regional High School;Post-Grad Plans: Teacher at Wilmington High School

Through my internship at Wachusett Regional High School, I have learned that teachers hold many roles. Being a teacher is about more than just knowing the content – it’s about building relationships, fostering academic and personal growth, and inspiring students to reach their full potential.

Chelsea Domain
Human Services and Rehabilitation Studies with a concentration in Communication Sciences and Disorders '18
Internship: Behavioral Therapist at HMEA

I’ve learned so many things in my courses at Assumption that have helped me with my internship. Thanks to my knowledge of autistic behaviors, language development and communication skills, I feel confident in working with clients. The internship has also taught me how to do discreet trials with Applied Behavior Analysis.

Michael Sweeney
Biology with a concentration in Neuroscience '16
Internship: Chief Research Assistant at UMASS Medical School

During my internship, I managed 15 research assistants, helping them collect data from patients in the emergency department for a new assessment UMASS is working on. I was also involved in quality improvement for the study. One of my research projects was just accepted for presentation at the National Society for Academic Emergency Medicine conference in May!

Nathalie Vega Crespo
Political Science '16
Internship: Intern at the Worcester Superior Court

I’ve learned so much about the judicial and trial processes and about common and constitutional laws through my internship. I’ve loved my experience and hope to attend law school after graduation.

Nichole Rebelo
Criminology and Sociology '16
Internship: Intern at the Worcester District Attorney's Office, Child Advocacy Center

From my internship, I learned how to work in an office environment, be part of a professional team, and learned how the criminal justice system works to help children.  My experience helped me to learn about myself, find what my interests are, and help me prepare for my future.

Mike Hroncich
Sociology with a concentration in Criminology '16
Internship: Intern at the Worcester District Attorney's Office

Throughout my internship at the Worcester DA's, I have learned about various parts of the justice system, including recidivism rates and the arraignment process. I have also gained valuable information on how the court system works from an inside perspective.

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