Decades into a globe-trotting finance career, this alum pivoted to the alt-protein sector. He's passing along lessons learned to a Dickinson student.
Joshua Whittemore '25 dreamed of being a lawyer since he was 8. Now, he's laying a foundation as a law & policy and economics double major, interning in the Harrisburg attorney general's office.
While studying abroad through Dickinson’s Oxford program, Daniel Levine ’24 co-led his Oxford lacrosse team to victory against rivaling Cambridge.
For several weeks each summer, this alumni couple opens hearts and home to Dickinson students completing nearby internships. It allows them to make a meaningful impact in a personally satisfying way.
Meet Mary Ritter ’23, who’s volunteered in Bologna, Italy, tackled internships in two states and researched imperial board games and toys in fascist Italy.
“It’s so important to put yourself out there and try new things.” Meet Lauren Orefice ’24 (environmental studies), an a cappella singer and study-abroad student who served a writing internship in NYC.
Meet Elliot Barr ’23, a club-sports player who served a sports-marketing internship in London and studied abroad in Toulouse.
“Dickinson's education allowed me to enter rooms where real decisions are made,” says Louis-David Kakou ’23, a political-science major who interned at UNESCO in Paris.
Transfer student Daniel Vasquez ’24 quickly found his Dickinson home. Learn more about this award-winning student-athlete, who's serving an internship with the USDA.
Meet Nora White ’24, a community engagement fellow who discusses what she's gained by getting involved in the Carlisle community.
“Studying immunology in the midst of the COVID pandemic has made for especially relevant lessons,” says Galil Cohen ’23, a biochemistry & molecular biology major and a Red Devil soccer player.
As an intern with Slow Food USA, Marina Stylianou ’24 helped promote biodiversity, Indigenous foodways and diversified diets and a mission of providing good, clean food for all.
“Working on a trading floor is incredibly exciting and energizing,” says Chris Brandau ’23, a lacrosse team captain who will work at Morgan Stanley after graduation.
Learning ancient Greek is challenging and deeply rewarding, says Mandy Porter ’23, a double major in archaeology and classical studies and student-researcher who lives in the Human Cultures House.
Political science major Anne Fisher-Henson ’24 studies community and economic development in rural areas.
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