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Students, alumni and parents discuss careers in finance.
Finance Bootcamp Helps Students Explore Careers in Finance Industry

Can you imagine waking up at 6 a.m. on a Saturday and making a trip from Clinton to New York City and back in the same day? That’s exactly what a group of highly motivated Hamilton students did on September 15 as they attended the Career Center’s first Finance Bootcamp. Jennifer Hill ’87, CFO of Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s investment bank, as well as Candace Browning P’10, the head of Global Research at Bank of America Merrill Lynch, hosted the event in New York at the Bank of America Tower.  More ...

A.G. Lafley
Chronicle of Higher Education Interviews Lafley

Hamilton Board of Trustees chairman and former Procter & Gamble CEO A.G. Lafley ’69 and Samuel J. Palmisano, former IBM CEO, were featured as corporate leaders with liberal arts degrees in a Chronicle of Higher Education article titled “Skills Gap? Employers and Colleges Point Fingers at Each Other.”    More ...

Peer advisor Lisa Labate '14, standing, assists (L to R) Catherine Luciani '15, Rebecca Hillel '15 and Elizabeth Buchanan '15 in an exercise during Sophomore JumpStart.
Sophomores Get a JumpStart on Career Planning

The second annual Sophomore JumpStart, created by Hamilton’s Maurice Horowitch Career Center, took place on Sept. 8 at the Radisson Hotel in Utica. Approximately 50 sophomores spent their Saturday morning listening to various speakers, learning resume building tips and taking assessments to gauge their potential career interests.  More ...

Samantha Sherman '15, left, with her supervisor Erin Walsh.
Sherman ’15 Lands Internship at Exclusive N.J. Golf Club

Samantha Sherman ’15 has taken to heart the oft-repeated advice of Hamilton College’s Maurice Horowitch Career Center to “get started early” when it comes to career related experience. Although only a rising sophomore, Sherman has spent the past two months working in a marketing and public relations internship at the Hamilton Farm Golf Club in Gladstone, N.J.  More ...

Eryn Boyce '13, second from left, with designer Austin Scarlett (center) and other interns.
Boyce ’13 Teaches Children About Need to Preserve the Past

The Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, N.H., is unique among so-called living history museums because it does not focus on a single era of history, but rather documents the transformation of the neighborhood from its original state in 1695 until the residents left in 1955. This unique approach to preserving the past inspired history major Eryn Boyce ’13 to apply for an internship at Strawbery Banke.  More ...

Rachel Johnson '13
Johnson ’13 Serves as Development Intern at Philadelphia Museum

The Rosenbach Museum and Library may be one of Philadelphia’s best kept secrets. Founded by brothers Philip and Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach in 1954, the museum holds what is perhaps one of the most preeminent assemblages of rare books, manuscripts and European artifacts of any private institution in the U. S. This impressive collection and the constant fundraising needs of a non-profit museum like the Rosenbach captured the attention of Rachel Johnson ’13, who interned there this summer.  More ...

Jasmina Hodzic '13, left, with Katharina Kloss, the editor of Cafe Babel.
Hodzic ’13 Examines Human Labor Trafficking Through U.N. Internship

The issue of human sex trafficking has long been on the radar of international lawmakers and humanitarian organizations, but the recently emerged problem of human labor trafficking is just now beginning to come under national and international scrutiny. Jasmina Hodzic ’13 is interning at the United Nations International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina with the support of a Levitt Center Public Service Grant.  More ...

Madison Forsander '14
Forsander ’14 Broadens Career Horizons at CITI

English major Madison Forsander ’14 originally planned to find a career-related experience in fiction editing, but this summer she instead chose to accept a textbook editing internship at the Columbia Institute for Tele-Information (CITI) at Columbia University. While the opening was outside of her immediate scope of interest, she applied because she thought it would “be a good way to gain editorial experience and simultaneously expand [her] knowledge of media and communications.”  More ...

Julia Williams '14
Williams ’14 Works With Irish Immigrants at Boston Non-Profit

Julia Williams ’14 accepted an internship at The Irish International Immigrant Center (IIIC) in Boston, Mass. because she hoped to get hands-on experience in the legal field while determining if non-profit work fit her interests.  More ...

Sarah Scalet '15
Scalet '15 Balances Two Arts-Related Internships

Although she is just a rising sophomore, Sarah Scalet ’15 is already nearing the completion of two simultaneous summer art internships. She works as both a costume designer for the non-profit Sitar Arts Center’s summer theater camp in Washington, D.C., and an intern at Red Dirt Studios in Mt. Rainer, Md.  More ...

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