Success Stories

Employers say...

"Communicating by Instant Messaging, which is standard in our division, worked fine. Our deaf RIT intern also taught us some basic sign language over the course of the summer. He was one of the strongest interns, hearing or deaf, I've had in recent years."
Citigroup Global Markets, Inc.
Natalie Snyder's studies in Biomedical Sciences take her down the rewarding path of helping others.
A co-op with the National Guard in New Hampshire gave Justine Woodward experience in customer service support.
On co-op, Steven Wilson found something he truly loved doing.
Deborah Brown took her computer aided drafting training to Duke University and brought back valuable experience in the world of work.
Business Management major prepares Helen Yu for a management role in a variety of settings after graduation.
Daniel Latimer has collected as many skills and lab techniques as possible in his “tool belt” so he is prepared for the next step on his path to a Ph.D.
Machining and measuring work keep Jonathan Cabrera busy and on deadline this summer at GE Aviation.

Rachel McAnallen used co-ops and networking skills to help secure a job in her field—environmental health and safety management.

The challenges of using color and balance to enhance design motivated Leah Murray to work harder.