Saint Francis University’s administrative information system software vendor, Jenzabar, Inc., services over 1,300 colleges and universities around the world. The Jenzabar Internship Program provides funding for 50 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 as well as attendance at the Jenzabar Annual Meeting (JAM) being held in San Diego, California this year.
This year, Nathan Moore, a Computer Science and Mathematics major with a concentration in Software Development, was awarded the Jenzabar-funded grant. Nathan will work as an intern over the summer at Saint Francis University on a Jenzabar solution-based project. “I am most looking forward to working on a significant project that could truly be helpful for the university.” says Nathan. “This internship will prepare me in working with a team, managing deadlines, and give me valuable experience and new knowledge into the industry.” Nathan will also attend JAM along with other members from the Information Technology staff in May.
When reviewing the nominated interns, Jenzabar is looking for students that possess positivity, diligence, enthusiasm for learning and communication skills. In the acceptance letter, President and CEO of Jenzabar, Ling Chai Maginn, wrote “I am pleased to accept your nominated student into our 2019 Jenzabar Internship Program. We received an exceptional group of nominees for the program this year and are thrilled to have an intern on your campus this summer.”