What our students say about internships
Cameron Ingram '20
Intern at the Milwaukee Bucks organization.
As a junior sales associate, Ingram creates revenue for the Bucks by generating business through individuals, groups, and businesses for the team’s 2019-2020 campaign. He also seeks out business for Fiserv Forum, the arena
“I have great leaders and I feel so blessed to be in the position I’m in,” Ingram said. “I don’t want to take this experience for granted and I won’t forget where I came from and how Malone helped me get here.”
Andrew Campbell '17
Intern at the Fair Housing department in Washington D.C.
“One of my biggest challenges was learning, understanding, and seeing law in action rather than simply reading about it.”
“Andrew’s internship is a wonderful demonstration of the results and student outcomes of Malone University’s mission to educate students of Christian faith who are committed to serving the church, community, and world,” said David Beer, assistant professor of Political Science.
Intern at Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, MO.
“I learned a lot about the demands of my future career. Zookeeping requires a mix of different skills, including natural history and individual history of your animals, the ability to do difficult physical labor, a good set of people skills for both coworkers and the public, and the ability to analyze your animal’s behavior throughout the day."
Stephen Nzishura '13
Intern at the Canton House of Prayer and Mercy Medical Center on the oncology floor.
“With my first internship, I learned so much about the value of having deeper intimacy with Jesus and intercession for others; and at Mercy, I was able to minister to cancer patients in a holistic way – physically, spiritually, mentally, and emotionally,” says Nzishura. “When you have a personal encounter with God’s love, He really does help you as you comfort and care for others in the midst of their suffering.”
What employers say about Malone interns
Deborah Garrott, Volunteer and Donor Service Director at Pathway Caring for Children, has hosted numerous Malone interns over the past several years and hopes to continue working with Malone students in the future.
"Each intern has contributed to our organization in unique ways based on their personalities, drive, and creativity. Our most recent intern was hired at Pathway after completing their internship."