Maggie Wheeler '17 (biology and biochemistry & molecular biology) prepares to pursue a Ph.D. through an internship with the National Cancer Institute.
Environmental-science major Grace Stromberg '19 discusses her internship at the National Aquarium, one of two internships she's completing this summer.
Michael Marinelli ’19 helps educate the public about Santa Monica's natural resources as he prepares for a career in hydrology.
"Gun violence is a true problem in this country, and it’s rewarding to me to work on an issue that I believe is truly important," says Adam Moses '18, about his summer research internship.
As an intern at Eli Lilly Asia, Winnie Huang '18 has learned how valuable it can be to think beyond the expected.
Michael Allen '17, a political science major, discusses his role in investigating fraud at Charles Schwab.
Art history major Taylor Hunkins '17 discusses his internship at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
A lecture by an accomplished alumna/parent led Madi McDole ’18 to a research internship on HIV and neurology at Johns Hopkins Drug Discovery.
James Demakos ’17 discusses his experiences as a financial advisor intern at Bank of America/Merrill Lynch, and why networking and positive thinking are key.
In her second internship with Hologic, Inc., international business & management major Jillian Marini ’17 creates marketing materials centering on women’s health and breast cancer.
“You have to go for what you want; don't just wait for it to find you!” Persistence and passion lead to a research internship at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia for Layla Budin '17.
Two rising seniors will intern with the EPA after being awarded the prestigious and highly competitive EPA-GRO fellowship, which has been bestowed on Dickinson students for three consecutive years.
Internships with the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center and Phi Beta Kappa have helped Julia Dolinger ’16 make the most of her English major.
International business & management major Katie Natoli ’16 has mentored students as an RA, gained fluency in Chinese while studying abroad in Beijing and already landed a job in finance.
Lindsey Wakeman Officer ’09 returns to campus from NYC and ‘Marie Claire’ as the 2016 Cogan Fellow.
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