November 6, 2014 - Forty One King’s College students are interning with local and regional businesses and non-profit organizations during the fall semester. The students are gaining practical business experience while earning academic credit.
King’s College is a Catholic College Sponsored by the Congregation of Holy Cross.
Pictured in the front row, from left, is Kristi Katra, Luzerne County Juvenile Probation; T.J. Maderia, Luzerne County Historical Society; Shawn Senese, Luzerne Intermediate Unit 18; Maritza C. Arias, King’s College Career Planning Office; Tyler Slack, Frontier Communications; Sissa Alonzo, Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Bridge; Adam McGhee, QProQ Engineering, Inc; and Monika Budzilowicz, King’s College Public Relations Office.
Pictured in second row, from left, is Erika Covert, Happenings Magazine; Michael DeAngelo, King’s College History Dept; Michael Whitfield, Luzerne County District Attorney’s Office; Timothy Mazol, Luzerne County Courthouse Judge Sklarosky; Tyler Wall, Asco Financial; Joseph Bruno, King’s College IITS; Dean Gould, Luzerne County Office of the Public Defender; and William Davis, Wyoming Valley Drugs and Alcohol.
Pictured standing, from left, is Alexandra Boboris, King’s College Human Resources Office; Tyler Cadman, First Keystone Community Bank; Christian Mazzocchi, PennFuture; Jasmine Santiago, Wyman Gordon; Phillip Thomas, Paper Alternative/Xerox; Matthew Madison, Kelci Ever After-OCP; Genel Gronkowski, The Institute for Public Policy & Economic Development; Tara Zdancewicz, Northeast Editing, Inc; Sean Moran, The Institute for Public Policy and Economic Development; and Kelly Lettieri, assistant director of career planning and internships.
Absent from photo wereAdam Dunsmuir, McCarthy Tires & Auto Services; Vanessa Olarte, Benco Dental; Michael Boylan, Quickchek; Nicole Aiello, Walt Disney World; Amanda Martin, Walt Disney World; Kristen Nicolich, Candy’s Place; Kevin Kopco, Sears Holdings; Kyle Valentino, Luzerne County Public Defender; Santina Marseco, King’s College Public Relations Office; Tori DeGiosio, US Embassy of South Africa; Robert Kehler, The Institute for Public Policy and Economic Development; Elizabeth Lorenz, City of Hazelton Health Department; Olivia Spagnola, WSB Penguins; Elizabeth Donovan, Wyoming Valley Children’s Association, Carisa Panzitta, Wyoming Valley West; and Brittany Spak, First Hospital.