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.
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.
The best internship experiences occur when interns can really gain a real-world perspective. That's the case for Coulter Chute '18, intern for the Massachusetts State Police, Special Operations Unit.
During her internship with UNLEASHED, a nonprofit organization that focuses on job creation for talented female craft artisans, Nora Krantz '18 found her passion for service, change and growth.
An internship with the National Institutes of Health allowed Karen Siderovski '19 to see the inner-workings of a large organization and even benefit from the workshops they offer.
During her first internship experience, Maddie Vance '19 worked with SoundCloud's label relations team this summer and learned the importance of making connections, building networks and reflection.
During her internship with the International Rescue Committee, Titi Ogunsola '19 discovered her love for international relations, public health policy and even a new affinity for the Arabic language.
Inspired by the education equality gap that many children face today, intern Briona Hawkins '19 works with students at Breakthrough New York to ensure they have every opportunity for a bright future.
Policy management major Madelaine Kaliff '18 is looking forward to graduation and finding a career in the advertising field after a summer internship with Priceline.com's ad sales team.
Boundary-crossing student research takes on mental health in India, bee neuroplasticity and environmental justice for the common good.
After performing original research and interning in India, Posse scholar Carol Fadalla ’18 plans to help provide culturally informed mental health services to immigrants and refugees.
As a third-time intern at Concur Technologies, now owned by SAP, Riley Gulrajani '18 used lessons he learned as an international business & management and economics double major to start his career.
Jonathan Long ’19 brings the 1794 Whiskey Rebellion to life and talks about theatre as a tool for education and change.
Jane Dudzinsky '19 spent her time as an intern at the Franklin Institute working with kids with special educational needs, and by doing so, she gained a greater understanding for learning.
During his summer internship with L.L. Bean, Sam Lorenzo '18 got a real-world glimpse into the realm of retail marketing with one of the largest outdoor retailers in the world.
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