2018 CCIP Host Roster

Examples of the hosts

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District Office of NYS Senator Tony Avella

Government

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Colon & Peguero LLP

Law

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District Office of US Congressman Joseph Crowley

Government

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District Office of NYS Assembly Member David Weprin

Government

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District Office of NYS Assembly Member Ron Kim

Government

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District Office of US Congresswoman Grace Meng

Government

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District Office of NYS Assembly Member Nily Rozic

Government

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District Office of NYS Senator Toby Ann Stavisky

Government

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Calligaris New York

Home Furnishing

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C & L Accounting, Inc.

Accounting

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Djam Insurance Brokerage Inc.

Insurance Brokerage

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First American International Bank

Bank

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Harry Nurses Registry, Inc

Healthcare

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Padilla & Company, LLP

Accounting

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Trans Express USA

Transportation Logistics

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AmericaChina Public Affairs Institute

Public Affairs

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APartnership

Advertising

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Joe's Music and Dance Academy

Music and Dance Training

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Sing Tao Newspaper New York Ltd.

Print Publishing

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YMCA of Greater New York – Jamaica YMCA

Human Services

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Admerasia, Inc.

Ad Agency

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Mary Nittolo, Inc. (the Studio)

Ad Agency

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GC Eng & Associates, PC

Mechanical Engineering

Highlights

Professional fields

The CCIP Host Roster covers a wide range of professional fields from government district offices, business, design, to engineering -- and more.

Public Administration and Law
30%
Accounting and General Business
26%
Marketing and Media
19%
Non Profit
7%
Graphic Design
11%
Civil, M/E Engineering, and CS
7%
A wide range of choices

An array of professional fields geared towards selected academic backgrounds and interest.

Prior experience

A majority of the hosts have prior experience taking on J-1 interns which has proven to be conducive to bridging cultural differences and to accentuate the strengths between them.

Encourages interactions

Many of the hosts are small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) which encourages more frequent and direct interactions with decision-makers that are ideal for short-term internships.