Saint Francis University’s administrative information system software vendor, Jenzabar, Inc., services over 1,300 colleges and universities around the world. In 2017, they launched the Jenzabar Internship Program and funded fifty paid summer internships to colleges across the nation. This highly competitive program accepts just one nomination per institution. If selected, the institution receives a Jenzabar-funded grant that pays for the student’s full-time summer internship for that student to work on a Jenzabar solution-based project. Jenzabar is looking for students that posses positivity, diligence, enthusiasm for learning and communication skills.
Jenzabar has announced that Ry Gallagher, a Junior Computer Science and Mathematics double major at Saint Francis, was awarded the Jenzabar-funded grant, and will serve as an intern working on a Jenzabar solution-based project on the SFU campus this summer. Ry will also attend the Jenzabar annual meeting in Nashville, Tennessee from May 29th to June 1st. He will participate, along with other interns, in a required training program at the 2018 Jenzabar Annual Meeting. The program will prepare Ry in becoming a a Jenzabar trained asset for our institution this summer and beyond. A member of the Information Technology staff will also attend the internship program events.
Empowering Students to Succeed
In a recent survey, past Jenzabar Interns lauded the program as one of the highlights of their academic careers, preparing them with hands-on experience. Jenzabar Interns go above and beyond, jumping into projects with boundless talent, enthusiasm, and drive.
Mr. George Pyo, SFU Chief Information Officer, says “We are thrilled this program will serve as a stepping stone on Ry’s path to success. And we are honored to share this experience with Ry and hope that the result of this experience will be fruitful.”