“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.
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.
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