"Interning at JOHNLEONARD has been an extremely positive and rewarding experience. This internship gave me great insights into the recruitment and staffing industry, and I received a greater appreciation for content creation and social media. Everyone at the office is welcoming and accommodating, and the work you do truly impacts the organization as a whole. This was a great way to end my college career and I will surely apply what I learned to future opportunities!"
- Jalisa, Boston University, Spring 2017
"Joining JOHNLEONARD as a Marketing and Business Development intern has been a truly outstanding experience. One thing that makes JOHNLEONARD stand out as an exceptional place to work is its overwhelmingly positive company culture. As an intern, you are made to feel welcome and given opportunities to succeed. Aside from gaining valuable experience in marketing and business development, I was able to learn a great deal about the staffing industry and how to personally become a more marketable candidate in future job searches. I can’t thank the JOHNLEONARD team enough for making me feel at home in their lively office!"
- Tess, Bentley University, Summer 2016
"From the very first time you walk into JOHNLEONARD you are greeted by an entire office of extremely welcoming and friendly people. The hands on culture of the Marketing/Business Development internship program is very rewarding and everyone genuinely cares about your experience within the organization. You have the opportunity to contribute to JOHNLEONARD’s success through a variety of outlets and the ability to make an impact during your time as an intern. I couldn’t have asked for a better way to spend my last semester of college!"
- Holly, Boston University, Spring 2016
"The JOHNLEONARD team was incredible to work with and learn from. After only a short time my projects increased in significance and the work I was doing made real impacts for the company. The internship provided a perfect balance of feeling challenged, but not overwhelmed. Everyone is eager to provide mentorship and help you grow professionally and personally!"
"My favorite part about interning at JOHNLEONARD was the opportunity I was given as an intern to make a difference in the organization. Like all internships, this program is what you make of it. It’s up to you to jump in and take the lead on projects you’re passionate about. The entire team is incredibly open to new marketing ideas, and if you prove that you are able to think outside of the box and execute effectively, you have a real chance to make an impact in a short amount of time."
-Elizabeth, Boston University, Fall 2014
"The internship program here at JOHNLEONARD has been the best opportunity I’ve had as a student. This summer, as the marketing intern, I was able to put the skills I’ve been learning in the classroom to use, and learn a lot of new skills along the way. Not only was the opportunity a great learning experience, but the advice I got from my coworkers has helped shape my future goals and point me in the right direction to reach them."
-Mackenzie, Simmons College, Summer 2014
"My time at JOHNLEONARD as a Business Development intern provided me with far more than I could have ever imagined. I remember being very nervous in the time leading up to my initial interview but within minutes of being in the office all my worries disappeared. Every staff member at JOHNLEONARD was very welcoming and truly cares about your personal development. It was a great experience to be able to watch, listen, and learn every day. I gained so much more than just work experience. In one summer, I learned more about life and what it means to work hard than many people have taught me in my entire life."
-Mathew, Hartwick College, Summer 2014
"JOHNLEONARD has been an incredible opportunity, adding to my professional development through new learning experiences each day. During my first interview, I instantly saw that everyone was very inviting. After a week, my initial opinion was confirmed. Everyone was friendly and always available to answer questions, a community style of working that dramatically appealed to me."
-Tiara, Sulfolk University, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014