Pine Manor College Internships Evaluation

Pine Manor College internships prepare students in careers in their major, while also building important lifelong career skills.

At Pine Manor College, we understand what competencies employers are looking for when hiring. They search for candidates that excel at thinking critically, communicating effectively, and being flexible and adaptable to new situations. That is why we conduct surveys and collect feedback about how are students are doing. And we can proudly say that they are doing very well.

Here are some highlighted results from our recent survey asking internship site supervisors to evaluate our students.

2016 Internship Supervisors on PMC Students:


Interns Evaluated as “Above Average” or “Excellent” in:


Past Internships Include:

Biology/ Community Health: Harvard School of Public Health; Tufts University School of Dental Medicine; Tufts University School of Medicine; MIT Research Lab; South Boston Community Health Center; Boston University School of Medicine

Psychology: Lincoln School Steps to Success; Brookline Teen Center; YMCA, Brookline Police Department; Soule Children Center

Sociology/ Political Science majors: 4Sight Technologies; Jewish Vocational Service (JVS), MBTA Transit Police Department, Somerville District Court, Norfolk District Attorney’s Office

Business: YMCA Oak Square; Ultimate Financial Help, LLC; 4Sight Technologies

Early Childhood: Soule Early Childhood Center; College Bound, Dorchester; Head Start/ Library Center in South Boston ABCD. 

 My intern experience… prepared me for what to expect once I am employed and have helped me use the knowledge from school in the workplace. Some of that knowledge includes researching, public speaking, organized presentations, well written and verbal communication skills and a big understanding of social issues…”(SPS major)

 Pine Manor is a school that provides me with experience and insights to work effectively and directly with a diverse [group] of people from many cultures and backgrounds, which provides a better understanding of how to treat, understand and respect others…”(Psychology major)

 The internship has helped me apply what I have learned in some of my PMC courses, increased that knowledge, helped me gain more skills and reassured me that I do want to work in the community to help educate people… (Community Health major)

To learn more about our internships opportunities: