Studio art major Caitlyn Longest ’23 has interned in NYC and Italy, and she's created art in Jordan. "I've learned to adapt to different places quickly and make the most of my time," she says.
Students with a wide range of majors share how they found rewarding internships, what they did and learned as interns, and their best advice for making the most of the experience.
Meet Kaileigh McNellis ’23, a history major, musician and student leader who’s active on campus and in the local community.
Jack Drda '24 has interned at a hospital and has researched rare plant species, the effects of invasive species on trees and a little-known autoinflammatory disorder.
Learn more about Chris Althouse '24, a Benjamin Rush Scholar and Italian studies major who interned at an Italian-American newspaper.
Meet Bethany Petrunak ’22, a double major in studio art and art history who co-curated two capstone exhibitions at Dickinson this year.
Meet Eli Goeltz ’22, a drummer, vocalist and international business & management major with minors in music and French.
Meet Will Giguere ’23, an international business & management and Italian studies double major who taught basic economics to Italian high-schoolers while studying abroad.
Learn more about Olivia Statile ’22, an international business & management and Spanish double major, skydiver, ceramicist and sports-marketing intern.
Learn more about Ngoc Phuong Linh Nguyen ’22, who's studied and researched in nine countries, including through Dickinson's Oxford program and a data-science internship in Vietnam.
The hands-on athletics opportunity offers both a valuable work-study experience and an on-ramp to the medical field.
“The professors [here] are invested in their students and want to see them succeed,” says Alyssa Martin ’22, who’s preparing for an international career with the federal government.
From speeding violations to murder cases, student-athlete Hadley Starr '22 got an up-close view of the action during a law internship at the Cumberland County Courthouse.
Carolina Celedón ’22 has interned at a D.C. think tank, conducted student-faculty research and helped organize a student-run, multiple-day workshop for students and alumni of color.
“Dickinson creates environments that encourage building valuable relationships,” says Chinemerem Nwanze ’23, a psychology major, Student Senate member, Posse Scholar, Civic Action Intern and author.
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