QUINTESSENTIAL CAMPUS.QUEEN CITY EXPERIENCE.
Charlotte is one of the fastest-growing metro areas in the country. Our city’s thriving business, healthcare and non-profit sectors create ample opportunities for you to learn and grow through internships, research and service opportunities on campus and out in the community.
At Queens, we know practical, real-world experience is as important as classroom experience. That’s why 100% of our students complete internships, compared with the national average of 56% (National Association of Colleges and Employees). And since we live in Charlotte – one of the most vibrant and growing cities in America – opportunities abound for meaningful internships that match your interests.
International student and mathematics and physics double major Milan Tomin ’20 has myriad interests. That’s why he accepted a summer internship in 2018 and 2019 at Enventys Partners, an engineering consulting firm, that fueled his curiosity. There he spent his summers working on prototyping and developing a medical device. And that’s just the beginning; Milan is pursuing his MBA because it merges the engineering skills gained through his internship with his passion for entrepreneurship.
The quote – “not to be served, but to serve” – is more than our motto. They are words we live by every day. Whether locally or globally engaged, our students are giving to others and learning more about themselves. Charlotte, with its dynamic non-profit sector, makes it easy to find a service outlet for your passion.
Established in 2005, Queens University’s Build 4 Cause club has partnered with other non-profit disaster relief programs to help re-build areas hardest hit by Hurricane Katrina. Recently they’ve turned their collective attention to rebuilding homes for the underserved in Houston who have been devastated by Hurricane Harvey.
Build 4 Cause
Milan Tomin ’20
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