For the sixth consecutive summer, Hope Life Skills students have interned at one of the world’s largest companies,
CVS Health, a $180 billion dollar company located in Woonsocket,
Rhode Island. The summer of 2018 was no different for
Eveline Silva and Rosa Rodriguez.
From constructing Excel spread sheets to contacting remote CVS stores about product deliveries, these Hope students became part of the CVS Health Corporate team.
Rosa Rodriguez (far left) and Eveline Silva (far right) with two of their CVS mentors during their paid summer internship – Melissa Pagano, Sr. Assistant – Distribution Store Services AND Lucille Rivet, Supervisor – Logistics Planning.
Edwin Silverio, CVS Health Advisor for Pharmacy Returns, coordinated the activities of Eveline and Rosa
Edwin Silveiro introduces Rosa prior to her presentation during the last week of her internship to a room full of CVS Health staff members
during their summer internship at the company’s corporate campus. “They really became part of our team, attending meetings and collaborating with team members to find solutions to system challenges. They both made meaningful contributions to CVS” Edwin stated. “Furthermore, you’ll be happy to know they represented Hope High, the Life Skills program, and their families extremely well.
Hope High continues to be a strong brand at CVS Health.“
Edwin introduces Eveline to the attendees prior to her presentation explaining her contributions to the team and lessons learned during her internship.
Fernando Perez (left), Hope Life Skills alum and presently a computer science major at the University of Rhode Island and Yael Torres (right) Hope Life Skills alum, Hope High 2018 graduate and CCRI freshman, network with Mary Beth McIntire, Advisor, Inventory Planning at CVS Health during the luncheon following Rosa and Eveline’s presentations. Both Fernando and Yael were awarded Hope Life Skills paid internships at CVS following their Junior year. Because both men had such strong internship performances at CVS, the company continues to bring them back during school vacations to work at the CVS Health corporate offices.