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Washington Post Highlights Hamilton's Funded Internships

Bell Interviewed on Importance of Career-Related Positions

By Vige Barrie  |  Contact David Bell
Posted July 29, 2011
Tags Career and Life Outcomes Center Funded Internships Hamilton In the News Student Internships

David Bell, senior associate director of the career center, was quoted in a July 28 Washington Post article focused on the important role played by funded internships in offering college students career-related summer job experience. Hamilton was included among the colleges that offer funding to support student interns in unpaid positions.

 

“A degree from a top liberal arts college is no longer enough. Employers want to see experience,” said Bell in the Post article. “There are a lot of barriers to getting a summer internship, and we want to remove as many barriers as possible.” Hamilton was credited with handing out “about 35 awards this summer ranging from $1,000 to $4,500.”

 

Earlier in the week, the career center was also included in a New York Times article on graduate school admission for which Jeanine Murtaugh, assistant career center director, was interviewed.
 

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