Application of Knowledge
Saratoga-Skidmore Entrepreneurial Partnership (SSEP) is designed to enable Skidmore's business majors to work with local businesses. Each participating business is paired with a business major eager to apply his or her up-to-date education and training. This may be particularly helpful to business owners who lack the time, training, or inclination to engage in the detailed planning required to help their businesses achieve long-term goals.
- Contact: Colleen Burke, executive-in-residence, Management and Business Department, 617-510-6487, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Career Development Center (CDC) is always looking for ways to connect employers with Skidmore students and alumni for employment and internship opportunities. We offer on-campus recruiting including information sessions, information tables, online batched resume collections, tools for listing your posting, and on-campus or remote interviewing. We are able to quickly and efficiently market your internship and job openings to a large pool of very talented and resourceful students and alumni, majoring in a wide range of fields. Interested in creating an internship program or posting a position?
- Contact: Career Development Center at 518-580-5790 or at email@example.com.
The Water Resources Initiative (WRI) at Skidmore brings together students, faculty, and community partners in the investigation of local water issues. Through courses and research, WRI helps the community better understand the multiple perspectives that influence how we interact with our water resources on both a local and global scale. The data collected through WRI research makes valuable contributions to the academic literature on water issues and to local community discussions. The program is administered by Skidmore's interdepartmental Environmental Studies Program.