My Honors Experience and the Internships Associated with It

Published: February 21, 2017

By Irene Sun

The Honors program has been nothing but a great experience at Queensborough. The class sizes are smaller; the professors are more attentive and address the students by first name basis. When questions arise, the professors are always available to clarify any issues at hand. Likewise my DEP and FDA internships provided raw experiences, which helped prepare me for the real world once I graduate from Queensborough. Lastly my research experience within the laboratory opened a world of interest, which I never gave a second thought prior to QCC. Indeed the Honors Program requires a lot of time and hard work but in the end, it was all worth the effort.


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