When Johns Hopkins’ Laura Maria Somenzi’s exhibition opens next week (read “Transforming Perceptions: The art of Zelda Fitzgerald at Evergreen”) it will also put on display the Woodrow Wilson Undergraduate Research Fellowship. Reserved for the most promising young scholars in the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences, the fellowship provides research funding as well as the opportunity to work closely with top faculty and played a significant role in Laura’s exhibition.
Pepperdine’s Alex Brug recently blogged about his internship with Green Business BASE Camp. Before starting my internship this past Spring trimester, I had a couple different industries that I was pursuing, one of them being the green or sustainability industry. One reason for this interest was the growing rate of investment in the sustainability area. Even with the downturn in the economy, investors and companies continue to see the value in green technologies and sustainability programs.
SMU’s Afsana blogs about her White House internship where she worked for three months in the Management and Administration Office. Afsana’s main job was to update security access lists, file documents and schedule White House tours. She also volunteered at White House events.
George Washington University’s Evan Koslof reports on his internship experience with the School of Media and Public Affairs Prime Movers Media program. SMPA is the home of the Prime Movers Media program, which provides urban high school students the opportunity to work with professional journalists and GW interns on their journalism skills.
UNC’s Anita Rao profiles the founders of Oakwood Community, a residential service-oriented internship program in Durham, North Carolina. The program will provide room and board for residents, who will intern for 6-12 months at select non-profit organizations in Durham.