Ernst and Young, N.Y.


biosig“STUDENTS TODAY ARE SMARTER AND MORE COMPETITIVE than I was but their debt burden means they can’t take the career risks I did. As an entrepreneur, I don’t just give money away. With InternShift, we put students in high-impact projects and pay them well. It’s good for my company, and it could become a model for other schools.”
—KEN LONDONER ’89, Executive Chairman, BioSig Technologies; Lafayette InternShift Founder

ey“LAFAYETTE STUDENTS HAVE AN INHERENT INTELLECTUAL CURIOSITY and are exposed to many disciplines, which gives them a unique world view and ability to communicate. The intimate class settings at Lafayette familiarize students with working in teams, which is a hallmark of the consulting setting here at EY.”
—MIKE FOX ’99, Principal, EY

simon-logo“THE STUDENTS WHO INTERN WITH US LEARN A LOT about philanthropy, investments, and nonprofit volunteerism. It’s real-world experience that helps them to understand what they might be interested in doing.”
—PETER SIMON ’75, Co-Chairman, William E. Simon & Sons, LLC

factset“WE WILL BE HIRING OUR LAFAYETTE INTERN FROM LAST SUMMER, who was extremely hard-working, inquisitive, and a team player. She’s done an excellent job of being an ambassador on campus this year and advising her friends to apply to FactSet.”
—ASHLEY PECKHAM, Campus Recruiter, FactSet Research Systems

vtech“STUDENTS AT LAFAYETTE WORK ON PROJECTS IN SMALL TEAMS, which is very relevant to how we function as a company. They are able to interact with different types of individuals, at all levels of leadership, from a technical or non-technical background.”
—CHRISTOPHER MACDONALD, Senior Recruiter, Vitech Systems Group