College of WestchesterThe College of Westchester has partnered with corporations in New York State since 1915. We understand your investment in your employees is important, and direct return is essential for corporate success and growth. As specialists in adult higher education, CW believes the methods we use and the attention we devote to our students development swiftly cultivate skills and attributes that are essential in fulfilling your expectations.

We offer fee-free, full-time and part-time candidates available for job placement along with a solid and successful internship program.

CW offers industry-specific counselors who know students’ strengths, weaknesses, talents, and personalities. CW has a proven track record for presenting candidates for employment with solid skills and enthusiasm to succeed in their chosen field.

Bachelor’s and associate degrees along with certificate options are offered during the Day, Evening and Online with programs in business, allied health, digital media and technology.

Located in White Plains, CW is a bachelor degree granting private college. For more information, visit

JoAnn Sondey
Director Career Services
The College of Westchester
325 Central Avenue
White Plains, NY 10606
Phone: (914) 831-0288
Fax: (914) 948-0621
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Welcome to our comprehensive College Internship Portal for Westchester and Putnam Counties.

"The Westchester Putnam Internship Connex is a dynamic, one-stop portal designed to connect locally enrolled college and university students with local internship opportunities at area employers in Westchester and Putnam Counties.The Internship Connex Web site helps students break into their field of study and prepares them to enter the workforce post graduation, while providing local employers with immediate support and a long-term recruitment pool of educated and talented workers. We hope this tool serves our students and businesses well."

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