July 25, 2011
This summer, Luke Calvano ’12 is using the knowledge he’s gained in economics and policy to advise businesses in the U.S. and abroad. He’s working as an intern in the New York City office of AMR International, a global strategy consulting firm.
Calvano is the 2011 recipient of Lafayette’s Caine Scholars Award for Global Leadership, Business, and Policy. The award, which is the first specifically created for policy studies majors, provides a $5,000 stipend to support a summer internship.
“What I love about working at AMR is I am involved with a project from start to finish, and I get to participate in everything from research, to data analysis, presentation building, and client meetings/presentations,” says Calvano (Eastampton, N.J.), a double major in economics and policy studies. “Not every project is in the same industry, so I get to apply my knowledge of economics, policy, and strategy across all types of sectors and situations.”
Calvano has spent most of his Lafayette career thinking globally through research, community service, and study abroad.
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