Abbey Fisler ’17 (environmental studies, Italian), who plans a career in renewable energy, tapped disparate skills and interests during a summer biochem research internship in Italy.
Get inspired with Joojo Ocran ’17 as he helps spread the word about universal technology and internet access through a summer internship with the national nonprofit EveryoneOn.
Learn about Emma Caplan '19 (international studies) and her summer internship, through which she "met people who are doing amazing work in communities all around the globe."
Daniel Becker '17 discusses his experiences as communications intern for the National Endowment for the Humanities.
An internship at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia is teaching Kara Schwartz '19 how to turn her passion into success.
After interning with two television shows and a production company, Tyler Clauson-Wolf '17 is getting a peek behind the silver screen as an intern at Lionsgate Entertainment.
Natalie Ferris '18 explores a physics career at the Los Alamos National Laboratory.
Alison Mueller ’18 got a close-up look at the 2016 Republican National Convention when she served a summer internship that included work with speechwriters and event wranglers.
Emma Batchelder ’17 (biochemistry & molecular biology) describes her summer cancer research at the Dana Farber Cancer Institute.
“I feel like I got the golden ticket." IB&M major Andrew Rice ’17 describes his pharmaceutical industry internship, which included making a presentation in Australia.
Casey Cunningham ’18 (psychology) discusses her internship with the Alzheimer's Association.
Justine Cenzer ’18 describes what it's like to intern on Capitol Hill, an experience that's inspired her to carve a path in politics.
Julianna Barr ’17 (international studies) discusses her internship with the Office of the Special Inspector General for Afghanistan Reconstruction.
As an intern at Sberbank, Russia's largest and oldest bank, Anastasiya (Nastia) Khlopina '18 attended a forum on entrepreneurship with the top executives at global corporations.
Maggie Wheeler '17 (biology and biochemistry & molecular biology) prepares to pursue a Ph.D. through an internship with the National Cancer Institute.
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