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Career and Life Outcomes Center

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Maurice Horowitch Career
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Student Internships

Through the generosity of alumni and friends of the College who recognize the importance of career-related experiences, Hamilton offers students several options for summer internship support. This funding allows students to accept internships in which they otherwise might not be able to afford to participate. More ...

Director of Career Development David Bell and Matias Wolansky '16
HPIN: Another Tool in the Career Center Arsenal

Gaining work-related experience through internships is one way of increasing your likelihood of getting hired. However, many students find the hunt for internships to be daunting because they don’t know where to begin. Luckily, the Maurice Horowitch Career and Life Outcomes Center provides students with resources to make this process easier, such as networking workshops, LinkedIn advice, and access to the alumni database. In January, the Career Center launched its newest tool, the Hamilton Peer Internship Network (HPIN).  More ...

The Class of '18 COOP CSIs. Front: Hiromi Terai, Sabrina Gattine, Jaylene Perez, Chidera Onyeoziri, Michaela Guinee, Sophie Dizengoff. Back: Nikolas Guevara, Reinaldo Camacho, Chris Lovejoy
COOP: A True Commitment To Service

Hamilton serves.

This simple two-word sentence can have a multitude of meanings depending on who you ask.  For some, it is simply a slogan plastered onto a crisp blue t-shirt.  For others, it brings back warm memories of first-year orientation, and the bonding experience that volunteer work provided.  For members of the Community Outreach and Opportunity Project (COOP), though, it holds much more significance.  For these individuals, “Hamilton serves” is a lifestyle.  More ...

Kari Koga '15 in the genetics lab in Hamilton's Taylor Science Center.
Kari Koga ’15 Explores Genetics Research

Since the discovery of the double helix structure of DNA in 1953, the study and the understanding of genetics has grown exponentially. Gene therapy, the Human Genome Project, and “designer babies” exhibit the growing interest and relevance of genetics on modern society. Kari Koga ’15, a biology major, has had the opportunity to explore her passion for genetics research for the past three summers with Evolutionary Genomics.  More ...

Catherine Oglevee '15
Catherine Oglevee ’15 Work at Mass General Leads to Published Paper

Many of us have experienced a technological glitch, whether the TV isn’t responding to the remote, or the dishwasher is starting on its own. While such glitches are typically an inconvenience, when the machine has the potential to detect life-threatening medical conditions, the stakes are higher. During her time at Mass General Hospital (MGH) this summer, Catherine Oglevee ’15, a chemistry and mathematics double major, discovered first hand that no matter how advanced a machine may be, none are immune to malfunctions.  More ...

Jeremy Mathurin '16 with Joe Johnson of the Brooklyn Nets.
Jeremy Mathurin '16 Takes Part in NBA Media Day

Hamilton Program in New York student Jeremy Mathurin ’16 experienced a unique day at his internship with the Brooklyn Nets. Every year, NBA teams organize a series of Media Day events, where organizations had the chance to market, brand and interview their respective rosters in anticipation of the upcoming regular season.  More ...

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