by Judith Rothschild and Deirdre Dillon
For some Fordham University students, their internship at Fordham IT is playing an integral role in helping them gain valuable experience for careers after college.
Trevor Haskell, a junior and computer science major, who works with Shannon Ortiz, Director of IT Security, says, “I have worked with several different systems to create automation for various processes within the department, including enterprise-level devices, like the Intrusion Detection System (IDS), HP Tipping Point. The internship has been rewarding and given me practical hands-on experience.”
|Trevor Haskell and his teammates present their |
app to the Google Scholars Conference
The IT Internship Program was launched by Student Technology Services, which is committed to empowering and educating our student population. These new positions allow Fordham students to be directly involved in day-to-day IT operations. They gain real-world knowledge by contributing to the development and maintenance of the wide range of technologies that Fordham IT provides. At the same time, our interns lend their perspective and unique insights to IT staff.
|Aaron DeVera, IT Intern|
Student Technology Services looks forward to expanding these offerings and hopes that more IT groups will join this great endeavor. If you have any questions or are interested in funding a position for next fall, please contact STS@fordham.edu.
Judith Rothschild is Manager of Student Technology Services
Deirdre Dillon is Director of Student Technology Services