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Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.

“D'Amore-McKim students, with exposure to key areas like analytics and business management, bring valuable insight to the workplace. Their fresh perspective helps companies use the latest tools and skills, leading to more innovative problem-solving and efficient processes.” – Bryan Carr, Vice President, Funding & Liquidity Senior Manager at Citizens

“D'Amore-McKim students' diverse backgrounds and varied skill sets enrich our team dynamic, bringing fresh perspectives and innovative approaches to problem-solving. Overall, their global mindset enhances our organization's effectiveness and adaptability to evolving challenges and opportunities.”

A large number of D'Amore-McKim students on co-op assignments in New York gathered with President Aoun to celebrate the university and the transformative power of experiential learning.

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“Our graduate co-op's preparedness for the role profoundly impacted the organization, stemming from her education at D'Amore-McKim. She came on board during a critical time after a key team member's departure, and her educational background equipped her with the skills needed to manage essential projects that were falling behind efficiently.” – Sylvia Konopka, Accounting Manager at Trillium Flow Technologies

“I wholeheartedly endorse the D'Amore-McKim graduate co-op program. Its experiential learning approach connects businesses with skilled, adaptable, and innovative talent. In our experience, having our co-op on board not only opened my eyes to the significance of data analytics but also positively influenced our company culture and contributed to our growth.” – Matt Ramey, Real Estate Broker at Concept Properties

“The impact of integrating analytics into real estate is profound. While the financial benefits may take time, the immediate payoff has been a shift in the mindset of our team. We're embracing a more data-driven approach, and this evolution is giving us a competitive edge.” – Matt Ramey, Real Estate Broker at Concept Properties

“Our graduate co-op started her role at a critical time after a team member had recently left the company. We needed time to find the right new hire and fell behind on essential projects. She quickly proved competent and conscientious, allowing us to give her more complex projects progressively. During her three months with us, she brought us up to date on our projects and ensured a smooth transition for our new hire.” – Sylvia Konopka, Accounting Manager at Trillium Flow Technologies

The first meeting of industry leaders and regional influencers in New York marked the beginning of a national strategy to deepen alumni engagement and expand D'Amore-McKim's sphere of influence in key regions.

Each year the D'Amore-McKim School of Business honors a select group of business students who have demonstrated excellence on co-op.