Events

Events

Corcoran Summer Internship Info Session #1

Corcoran Summer Internship Info Session #1

Corcoran Summer Internship Info Session

The Corcoran Center offers paid summer internships to students interested in learning how to make a meaningful difference within the greater Boston Community while gaining significant professional experience. 

This competitive internship places students at over 16 renowned nonprofit, government, and mission driven industry organizations within the fields of community development, urban action, and real estate.

Students gain hands-on experience by completing a summer project that is presented publicly at a reception at the conclusion of the program. 

Undergraduate students (except current seniors) from all schools and majors are eligible to learn more about applying for this prestigious paid summer internship.

Students may attend either session, which have the same content.

February 12

4:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Gasson Hall, 201

Contact
corcoran.center@bc.edu

Corcoran Summer Internship Info Session #2

Corcoran Summer Internship Info Session #2

Corcoran Summer Internship Info Session

The Corcoran Center offers paid summer internships to students interested in learning how to make a meaningful difference within the greater Boston Community while gaining significant professional experience. 

This competitive internship places students at over 16 renowned nonprofit, government, and mission driven industry organizations within the fields of community development, urban action, and real estate.

Students gain hands-on experience by completing a summer project that is presented publicly at a reception at the conclusion of the program. 

Undergraduate students (except current seniors) from all schools and majors are eligible to learn more about applying for this prestigious paid summer internship.

Students may attend either session, which have the same content.

February 19

4:30 PM – 5:00 PM

Stokes Hall, S111

Contact
corcoran.center@bc.edu

Public Private Partnerships Workshop

Public Private Partnerships Workshop

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Explore the value of partnerships between the public, private, and non-profit sectors. Learn about shared-value partnerships while gaining valuable critical thinking skills to creatively solve complex business and public-policy challenges. 

 

This workshop is facilitated by a developer, government official, and architect who have utilized Public Private Partnerships to develop housing, commercial, and educational space. Students will engage in hands-on exercises that cover the fundamentals of utilizing Pubic Private Partnerships as a development and public policy tool.  

 

Workshop Facilitators: 

Melisa Tintocalis - Director of Economic Development, Lexington MA

Sandi Silk - SVP at Jefferson Apartment Group

Alan Resnick - VP at Brailsford & Dunlavey

 

Open to all BC students, registration required. 

March 13

5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Stokes Hall, 107S

Contact
corcoran.center@bc.edu

Public Private Partnerships Workshop

Public Private Partnerships Workshop

Led by industry veterans Sandi Silk, Senior Vice President/Development Partner at Jefferson Apartment Group, Melisa Tintocalis, Economic Development Director for the Town of Lexington, and Alan Resnick, Vice President
Brailsford & Dunlavey, students will learn about shared -value partnerships while gaining valuable critical thinking skills to creatively solve complex business and public policy challenges. Dinner will be served. 

March 13

5:00 PM – 7:30 PM

Stokes, 107S

Contact
corcoran.center@bc.edu