Student Success Stories
I had the great fortunate of being accepted into the Eye to the Future Program (ETTF). The ETTF program which focuses on guiding Hispanic health majors by bettering their knowledge on how to implement and manage health initiatives in the community.
To gain hands-on experience I chose to spend [Summer 2019] in Hebron, Kentucky with Amazon as an Area Manager Intern for 10 weeks.
My internship provides hands-on training in the law practice here in Ireland by attending frequent court hearings, client consultations, filing briefs and supporting lawyers in preparing for court hearings.
My internship provides work experience in a resort, which ultimately allows me to decide what area of this field I want to emphasize in!
The areas of computer science I’m interested in are full-stack development and financial models.
After graduating, I plan to continue to explore my commitment to the non-profit field to positively impact the lives of children and families in Houston.
I’m passionate about clean and renewable energy.
My career plans involve working with a company that has high environmental standards and effective initiatives to eradicate our current impact to the planet.
I had the honor of being selected for a position in Mickey Leland Environmental Internship Program.
Throughout the summer there were many opportunities for the 312 interns to learn about USAA, Corporate America, leadership and much more.
My passion in life is the performing arts and one day I hope to be the successful executive director of a world-class symphony!
Through my fellowship I had the amazing opportunity to visit a range of media and production companies here in NYC such as Spotify, HBO and NBC!
I'm a native Houstonian who is passionate about the natural world.
Working with the Finance department, and Chevron Pipeline and Power last summer, has been challenging yet full of great learning opportunities.
Once I complete my PhD, I will apply with NASA to do my post-doctoral work on igneous rocks, meteorites, or other planetary bodies.
From visiting work sites to conducting systems tests with contractors, I have learned so much in such a short time and have met some truly amazing people.