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Posted August 3, 2010

despanggifEmployers: see how internships benefit both companies and students in the Summer 2010 issue of Alumni Outlook.

The article features an interview with Bob Despang G’87/G’90, Mechanical Operations intern manager at Hamilton Sundstrand. Pictured are Despang (middle) and student interns Daniel Sweet (left) and Jack Germano. Western New England College enjoys a network of more than 1,500 internship sponsors from around the country. Also in the issue: a message from new Alumni Association President Mike Coffey G’79.

The issue also includes the recently elected members of the Alumni Association Board of Directors, an athletics wrap-up, and the Second Annual Coach Burns Scholarship/Bowling Tournament.

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