Most of the employers present were from Yale University departments; other corporations such as UBS and New Haven University were also looking to hire. Paola Otera, an 18-year-old student at Gateway Community College, stopped by the police department’s table.
Otera said she hopes to have a career in teaching art and therapy.
In the first year, the internship program started in the lobby of the Yale University Art Gallery with 69 students and nine departments.
Now there are 250 students and 25 participating Yale departments, according to Brown.
He observed Bloodworth’s growth over the years as an intern, a person and a budding arts professional.