When Hilary Fiskum ’15 told a career coach in the St. Olaf Piper Center for Vocation and Career that she wanted to learn more about genetic counseling, they connected her with Barbara Bowles Biesecker ’79.
When Devika Balachandran and David Hoyos arrived in Mississippi last June to embark upon an eight-week-long internship, the two Princeton University undergraduates did not know each other — but that was about to change.
For a politico like Illinois Wesleyan University student Michael Kistner ’15, being part of the action as a country moves toward independence is the opportunity of a lifetime.
Asked whether during his White House internship this summer any officials asked him how to fix the nation’s budget impasse, Elliott Lynn laughed and said, “Definitely not.”
At the beginning of the 2013 spring semester, Bryn Mawr announced the creation of two paid post-graduation internships at major international organizations concerned with the global advancement of women.
Thomas Aquinas College student Nolan Napier interned with The Institute of World Politics in Washington, DC this summer.
When University of Wyoming nursing student Emily Bandel first arrived at the Mayo Clinic to begin serving an internship last summer, she says she was “blown away.”
(Bowdoin News) – This summer, Lauren Skerritt ’14 has a grant from the Bowdoin College Alumni Council Internship Fund to intern at U.C. San Diego’s Moores Comprehensive Cancer Center. The center is known for a wide range of cancer care, and Skerritt is working in its radiation oncology department. Her grant, one of Bowdoin’s many