Ms Bushra Ehsan has been leading several international internship programs as a part of her position as Executive Director at Ray Academics. She has been the supervisor for the internships at her former position as Executive Director at Dawn Learning Center at Buffalo, NY and has been managing internships for students from Canisus College, UB, SUNY Buffalo NY, State University of Brock Port and many other institutions in several disciplines. Ms Ehsan has personally trained them or has sought efficient mentors and trainers in affiliate organizations such as WNY Medical, MYB, WNY Muslims and Sun Spin Media.
Here are some testimonials about internees who have worked with Ms Ehsan:
- Thomas Grape - Accounting Intern (University of Buffalo)
- Nicolo Baudo - Marketing & Website Development (University of Buffalo)
- Brenda Li - PR/Marketing Intern (University of Buffalo)
- Mark Anthony Li-Business Coordinator (University of Buffalo)
Ms Ehsan has held internships at Ray Academics as well. Here are some of the details of the internees at Ray Academics so far:
Zeenia Mir, a student second year student at NCA majoring in Fine Arts, did an internship at Ray Academics as a photographer. A hard worker who is naturally talented in taking good photographs. We loved her work so much that she was later hired for covering some events that took place at Ray Academics.
Rabeeha Ali a student of A levels and did a summer internship with us at Ray Academics as a teacher's assistant. She worked with a young group of children in the afternoon session. She engaged them efficiently and she aspires to serve the country. She wants to join the Navy in the future
Zohair Abbas a student of A levels LGS JT who has been actively involved in our afternoon session. He has been our summer intern and also helped in covering events at Ray Academics. Zohair wanted to explore teaching as a career and worked as a teacher's assistant at Ray Academics.
Mehrunnissa Shahryar of SICAS did an internship with us after she had given her O level examinations. She also wanted to explore teaching as a career. Mehrunnissa proved to be a an efficient manager and was able to manage small groups of children well.