This summer we were pleased to welcome nine individuals to the Solomon Page internship program. Throughout this program, each intern has developed skills and gained knowledge that can be used as the foundation for their future careers. We thank each one of them for their hard work and dedication these past few months.
Caroline is a current student at Fordham University’s Fordham Gabelli School of Business studying Marketing and Digital Media. Caroline is a marketing intern based out of our New York City office on the Corporate Marketing team, where she has worked on rebranding Solomon Page’s training guides, created weekly content for social media pages, and reviewed and posted jobs to hiring platforms.
“Interning at Solomon Page has been such a rewarding experience and has given me a new perspective on staffing and recruiting firms. While working side-by-side with my supervisors and coworkers, I had ample opportunity to grow as a business student and find a new passion. By connecting with other interns, meeting the chief officers, and working on-site in the New York office, I have found a new appreciation for the New York hustle and bustle that excites me for my future endeavors!”
Nathan is a current student at Indiana University’s Kelley School of Business studying Finance. Nathan is an intern based out of our New York City office on the Financial Services team, where he has researched candidates across many sectors of Investment banking, assisted in communication pertaining to recruitment and research, and worked on client research reports.
“Interning at Solomon Page this summer in the Financial Services division has been an extremely valuable experience for me that I would absolutely recommend to anybody interested in this field. The work environment is very welcoming and everybody here wanted to see me succeed. I really feel the work I did this summer was impactful, not only for my own learning, but for the advancement of research projects the entire team was working on. Thank you to Solomon Page for the opportunity and a great summer!”
Grace is a recent graduate of Fairfield University where she studied Psychology. Grace is an HR intern working at our New York City office on the Corporate HR team, where she has worked on auditing documentation for part-time employees, researched and updated COVID policy protocol, and obtained state registrations and licenses for healthcare staffing.
“Through excellent leadership and support, I’ve gained valuable experience in all aspects of HR while being able to challenge myself and see through independent projects start to finish. The community at Solomon Page is unlike any other and I’m very fortunate to have been part of such an amazing group.”
Maya is a current student at Tulane University studying Psychology and Design. Maya is a talent acquisition intern based out of our New York City office on the Fashion & Beauty team, where she has worked on a candidate re-engagement project, monitored job listings and applicant updates, and planned a virtual career workshop for entry level graduates and potential candidates.
“I’m so thankful I got the chance to work for Solomon Page this summer. I got to challenge myself and learn new skills that I will take with me into my future career.”
Grace is a current student at Arizona State University studying Marketing. Grace is a talent acquisition intern based out of our Los Angeles office on the Fashion & Beauty team, where she has worked on an L.A. based re-engagement campaign for candidates, created projects to source a larger pool of candidates, and assisted with a virtual career fair aimed at recent college graduates.
“Being a summer intern for Solomon Page has been an incredible experience! I was given the opportunity to grow connections in the fashion and beauty industry and I am so grateful to have been part of such a supportive and truly amazing team!”
Elizabeth is a current student at SUNY Oneonta studying Fashion Merchandising. Elizabeth is a talent acquisition intern based out of our New York City office on the Fashion & Beauty team, where she has worked on an ATS re-engagement project, planned the Solomon Page Fashion & Beauty career fair, and sourced for new talent.
“My experience in the Solomon Page Internship program has been wonderful so far. I’ve met amazing people who have helped me grow and learn in ways that I wouldn’t have elsewhere. I love the work culture here and I appreciate how everyone is willing to help each other to succeed. I truly cherish this internship and will miss it upon completion.”
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Alexander is a current student at Haverford College studying History. Alexander is an intern working remotely on the Healthcare & Life Sciences team, where he worked on candidate search and placements, assisted on a project to standardize ATS entries, and created documentation.
“I have had an interesting summer learning the ins and outs of the healthcare industry. Solomon Page has provided me with the unique opportunity to grow as a professional, while educating me about a complex field. The Healthcare team has been extremely kind and helpful, always finding to time to answer questions and help out.”
Liset is a current student at The Ohio State University studying Fashion Retail. Liset is talent acquisition intern working remotely on the Fashion & Beauty team, where she has worked on an ATS re-engagement project in order to update candidate data and increase productivity, helped recruiters source potential candidates for current job openings, and assisted with a virtual career fair by contacting colleges to gauge the interest of recent grads and potential candidates.
“Thanks to the Fashion and Beauty team, I enjoyed my time at Solomon Page this summer. Although it was a remote internship, they made me feel very welcome and connected. I have learned so much about the ins and outs of the fashion and beauty industry. I am very confident in the new skills I have learned and transfer those skills to my future career.”
Elijah is a current student at Jericho High School entering his senior year. Elijah is an intern based out of our Long Island office on the Admin team, where he has worked on a client re-engagement project, a candidate re-engagement project, and cleaned up contacts.
“I enjoyed my time at Solomon Page because I learned many new things about executive search firms and applicant tracking systems.”