• Honors Internship Program


    The LaGuardia Community College Foundation’s Honors Internship Program enables you to apply your academic knowledge and explore career paths with community or business organizations. You’ll get real-world experience related to your major that will increase your job market value! Plus, you’ll receive a $3,500 stipend!


    • Full-time status taking 12 or more credits (or equivalent)
    • Be in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or greater
    • Available 16-20 hours a week including 2 full days 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    • Completed one full semester to apply
      • You’ll have the opportunity to gain a better understanding of your chosen career from people working in the field
      • You’ll gain important transferable skills that will prepare you to enter the workforce
      • You can build a professional network that can be a resource to further your academic and career aspirations
      • You will receive a $3,500 stipend for your participation in the program
      • When applicable, students can receive academic credit
      • Internships typically run for 12 weeks (one semester)
      • Students have to be available 16-20 hours a week including 2 full days 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. to intern
      • Highly motivated students who ask questions, seek answers and demand more of themselves every day.
      • Self-starters who know how to take advantage of opportunities and try their hardest to fulfill their responsibilities.
    • No, the Honors Internship Program is not affiliated with the College’s Honors Program.

    • Community Internships
      There are exciting community internship opportunities available now with community and government organizations where you can learn how to make changes, solve problems and have a positive impact on your local community! Ideal for students majoring/interested in Business Administration, Marketing/Communications/PR, Digital/New Media, Social Sciences, Public and Community Health, Political Science and Utilizing Bilingual Skills
    • Boyce Technologies
      Multiple internship opportunities with the premier design and manufacturing company for NYC mass transit. Exciting internships including electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, purchasing and culinary management. Best for students majoring/interested in Electrical/Mechanical Engineering, Business Administration, Math & Science, and Nutrition and Culinary Management.
    • Ticketech International
      Increase your job market value by interning with one of the pioneers in systems development for valet and attended parking garages. Great for students majoring/interested in Business Administration and Accounting/Finance.
    • Hyatt Hotels
      Ideal chance to gain an understanding of global sales operations with one of the world’s leading hospitality companies. Great for students majoring/interested in Business Administration, Public Relations, Communications and International Studies.


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  • Honors Internship Program


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  • President's Society


    As a President's Society ambassador you will join a unique program that will help you build the strong foundation of practical skills and the networks of successful friends and mentors needed to get ahead in today's world.


    Whether you're interested in transferring to a four-year college or getting a job in your chosen field, the President's Society will give you the skills and guidance you need from successful professionals in all walks of life.


    Students receive a stipend for their participation in the program.


    • Full-time LaGuardia students taking 12 or more credits (or equivalent)
    • Be in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or greater
    • Students should have completed one full semester
      • Gain valuable skills to increase your preparedness and confidence as you transition from a community college student to a workforce professional or 4 year college student.
      • Participate in a wide range of networking opportunities with professionals in various fields to help explore career and college options.
      • Broaden your horizons through dynamic cultural events and activities, while building strong connections with influential supporters
      • Earn a stipend of $1,250 for your attendance and service for the semester in which you participate.
      • Career Planning: Interviewing, resume writing, networking with industry professionals.
      • Communications and Comportment: Public speaking, etiquette and dress.
      • Cultural Appreciation: Exposure to art, theatre, music and dance.
      • Community Service and Leadership: Support fellow students and serve as "Ambassadors" of the College.
      • Highly motivated students who ask questions, seek answers and demand more of themselves every day.
      • Ambassadors have a will to change and are determined to reach their potential.
      • Hold leadership positions at the College, maintain good academic standing, and demonstrate a consistent commitment to enhance their lives and communities.
      • They are self-starters who know how to take advantage of opportunities and they are people who try their hardest to fulfill their responsibilities.
      • President’s Society workshops will be held on Wednesday evenings from 5:30 – 7:30 PM and Fridays from 10:00 AM- 2:00 PM.
      • To be eligible for President’s Society you will need to arrange your schedule so that you can make a firm commitment to attend all classes for either of these two sessions:
        • Session I: First Wednesday of Fall Session I to Last Wednesday in Fall Session II
        • Session II: First Wednesday in Fall Session II to Last Wednesday in Spring Session I
           

    The application for the 2019 President’s Society is now closed. Please visit this page at the end of April 2020 to apply for the President’s Society Program.




  • President’s Society: Environment


    Stand Up for Environmental Justice and Make a Difference in Our Community.

    Join Presidents Society: The Environment

    • Learn the skills you need to make your voice be heard
    • Collaborate with the local community and government organizations
    • Work on important projects to make our neighborhood better

    • Full-time LaGuardia students taking 12 or more credits (or equivalent)
    • Be in good academic standing with a GPA of 3.0 or greater
      • Learn how to make a difference in your community through grassroots activism
      • Work with local community groups to influence change
      • Work on projects that improve the LaGuardia campus and surrounding area:
        • walk and bike friendly campus
        • community garden
        • improved water quality
      • Earn a stipend of $2,000 for participating in the program from November - June

      • PS Environment workshop will be held on Fridays from 1:00 – 3:00 PM and the time will be extended once per month on Fridays 1:00 – 5:00 PM (for group work and off-campus field work)
      • The program will run from November 2019 – June 2020
      • Passionate and out-spoken students who are interested in environmental justice
      • Students who want to be a part of community-led solutions and projects to address issues like water pollution
      • Self-starters who will take advantage of opportunities presented


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