Madonna Haiti Business Program Student Lands Internship in D.C.

Stania smiles for the camera with a pen in her hand, a notebook under her hand, and her laptop out at a desk

LIVONIA, MICH. – Stania Joujoute, from Madonna University's Haiti Business Program Cohort 11, has achieved a significant milestone. She was selected for a prestigious paid internship at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) office in Washington, D.C., where she will serve as an administrative support intern for three months. 

Joujoute's accomplishments marks the first time a Madonna Haiti student has reached such a distinguished level. The rigorous selection process was highly competitive, attracted applications from students around the world, and included interviews. Joujoute is one of only 34 selected out of 600 applicants from 48 countries. Her exceptional skills and abilities stood out in this global pool of talent. 

Tara Kane, dean of the School of Business, and Janiece Flores-Davies, program director of curriculum, assessment, and accreditation, noted that Joujoute is a shining example of the caliber of students in Madonna's program. This accomplishment underscores the opportunities available to those who dedicate themselves to academic excellence. Joujoute's success is cause for celebration and serves as inspiration for current and prospective students in the Madonna Haiti business degree-completion program.