Amara Anigbo '20 has earned the 2018 Jeff Ubben Posse Fellowship, which will allow her to work and conduct research at Microsoft this summer.
Matthew Lawson ’19 discusses studying abroad, his research and internship in Washington, D.C., blogging for the Washington Center and more.
Meet student-athlete Alec Ward ’18, who researched the Syrian conflict through a U.S. Army War College PKOSI internship and coached football in Morocco.
Meet Hoang Nguyen ’19, a double major in international business & management and economics who put his passion for numbers to work for a Hanoi startup and plans to pursue a career in data science.
An internship in D.C. helped prepare Posse scholar David Ndreca '19 for high-level foreign-policy research and presented opportunities to meet U.S. senators and the prime minister of Greece.
Hundreds of Dickinsonians interned around the world this summer, engaging meaningfully in issues they care about and working with organizations committed to serving the greater good.
Andy Hernandez '19 spent his summer as an analyst at Bloomberg Tradebook, where he gained real-world experience in finance.
Kathryn Flynn '18 prepares for her future through a summer research internship with the U.S. Army War College's Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute.
Max Yoshida '19 is a neuroscience and biochemistry double major, and he's using his internship experience from Johns Hopkins Medicine, Drug Discovery to pave the way to medical school.
As a public policy and communications intern with the United Way of Pennsylvania, Melissa Anese '18 is learning a lot about her passion for philanthropic work, advocacy and public policy.
Sarah Goldberg '18 is no stranger to interning. During her time as curatorial intern at the National Museum of American History, she was able to explore the field and affirm her post-Dickinson plans.
Will Held '19 is taking learnings from his computer science and mathematics courses into the real world as a summer intern with the New Jersey State Police.
During her internship experience, Lauren Kageler '20 was able to participate in many different projects and tasks, broadening her skill set and opening the door for more opportunities.
There are many rewarding aspects of Aboody Rumman '20's internship at the Peacekeeping and Stability Operations Institute, like building his skill set and working to impact people for the better.
Usually, internships give students an idea for what job they want. In Madison Weirick '18's case, she's using her experience at the Scripps Research Institute to guide her toward graduate school.
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