Goal of 12 SLU PIC participants
108,000 hours of community service completed by SLU PIC interns
40 Laurentian panelists at the 2018 Sophomore Boot Camp
A paid 10-week summer internship, this program partners students with local service organizations. The goal is to increase the number of summer undergraduate interns at North Country organizations from eight to 12 interns and to create up to five, one-year post-baccalaureate opportunities.
Increase student involvement and engagement with our local community with a goal of 33 percent participation rate by students. Increase support for service trips, annual large community service events, transportation, supplies, and administration.
A two-day series of workshops, presentations, and panels intended to foster a culture of early career engagement and deliberate career planning among sophomores. Funding is needed to support student participation, travel for panelists, follow-up mini camps, and additional internship opportunities. During the Campaign, our goal is to increase the number of sophomores and panelists participating in the program.
A two-day event that brings alumni and parents from various backgrounds to campus twice per year for interactive career and professional programming with students. Funding is needed to support the overall program including event costs, travel costs, and marketing materials.
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