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Adam Fix '13 at the Smithsonian's National Museum of American History.
Fix ’13 Gets Behind the Scenes as American History Museum Intern

When Adam Fix ’13 applied for an internship at the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of American History, he expected to be assigned to a general archive. But instead, he was assigned to work directly for the mathematics curator of the Department for Science and Medicine. Since Fix is a history and mathematics  major who aspires to work in research or academia, he couldn’t have been happier with this appointment.  More ...

Nick Richards '12
Alumni Networking Leads to Job for Recent Grad Nick Richards ’12

When Nick Richards ’12 entered Hamilton, he was sure he was going to medical school. “I was gung-ho pre-med,” the biology major remembers. Four years later, however, Richards has begun working at Huron Consulting Group in New York City with an eye toward a career in investment banking. Richards’ transformation came about thanks to a variety of extracurricular activities, and he now encourages incoming first-year students to “think about everything.”  More ...

Nick Richards '12
Alumni Networking Leads to Job for Recent Grad Nick Richards ’12

When Nick Richards ’12 entered Hamilton, he was sure he was going to medical school. “I was gung-ho pre-med,” the biology major remembers. Four years later, however, Richards has begun working at Huron Consulting Group in New York City with an eye toward a career in investment banking. Richards’ transformation came about thanks to a variety of extracurricular activities, and he now encourages incoming first-year students to “think about everything.”  More ...

Shakil Hossain '14
Hossain Gains Fundraising Experience at Hope Foundation

Shakil Hossain ’14, a chemistry concentrator with minors in mathematics and Middle East and Islamic world studies, aspires one day to become a physician. He hopes to establish a successful medical practice in the United States so that he can spend his spare time helping underprivileged women and children in Bangladesh. His summer internship at the Hope Foundation for the Women and Children of Bangladesh is the perfect fit for his long-term career goals.  More ...

Shoichi Sato '13
Sato '13 Researches Police Heart Attack Risks

According to The Wall Street Journal’s June Marketwatch.com analysis, healthcare job openings will grow faster than any other industry in 46 out of the 50 states. Shoichi Sato ’13 plans to take advantage of this trend –while at the same time help others – by pursuing a career in the field of healthcare consulting. Sato is preparing for his future career goals by interning at the Harvard School of Public Health as a research assistant.  More ...

Sabrina Yurkofsky '15
Yurkofsky ’15 is Intern at “Entertainment Boot Camp”

As a prospective creative writing, cinema and new media studies interdisciplinary concentrator, Sabrina Yurkofsky ’15 realizes that strong internship experience is necessary to break into the entertainment industry. Yurkofsky has already begun an internship with Red Varden Studios, a Culver City, Calif., television and film production company. The competitive intern program is described as an “entertainment boot camp” by Red Varden president and founder Zig Gauthier.  More ...

Amy Soenksen '13
Soenksen ’13 Gets Taste of Legal Work at Justice Department

Amy Soenksen ’13 spent the spring semester interning and studying in the Capitol as a participant in Hamilton’s Washington D.C. Program.  When the academic year came to an end, she wasn’t quite ready to head back home to the West Coast. After hearing positive feedback about U.S. Department of Justice internships from three fellow Hamilton students, Soenksen decided to apply in the hopes of getting a taste of legal work on the federal level.  More ...

Ian Nichols '13
Nichols ’13 Works on Sea Turtle Conservation on Panama Coast

Ian Nichols ’13 is having the experience of a lifetime as an intern for the international non-profit Bridges Across Borders in Jaque, Panama. Nichols is working as an English teacher and sea turtle conservationist in the rural village of Jaque, which is sandwiched between the Serranía del Bagre rainforest preserve and the Jaque beach on the Pacific Ocean. He describes his “office” as “a veranda overlooking the beach in the small cabin  in which I’m living.”  More ...

Amanda Berman '13
Passion for Revolutionary and Gilded Age Leads to Two Internships

Most students are satisfied with working in one summer internship at a time, but when Amanda Berman ’13 was offered two different internships that suited her academic and career interests, she was able to accept both. Berman, a history concentrator, is spending the summer working at the Nichols House Museum in Boston, and at the Adams National Historic Park (Adams NHP) in Quincy, Mass.  More ...

Tara Huggins
Tara Huggins ’14 Interns at Denver Caterer

Tara Huggins ’14 may be a communication concentrator, but unlike many of that department’s students, her career goals have little to do with public relations, news media or communication research. Rather, Huggins wishes to pursue a career in full-service event planning, and she is completing a summer internship at Occasions Catering in Denver, Colo., to supplement her Hamilton communication background with real world experience.  More ...

Mao Ding '14
Ding ’14 Interns at $30 Million Hedge Fund

Mao Ding’s ’14 work schedule is anything if not intimidating. Ding arrives at his internship at New York City’s Capital Priority Management LLC at 8:30 a.m. and stays till 6 p.m. Priority Capital Management is a $30 million hedge fund that specializes in managing assets for high-net-worth investors in the high-yield bond market.  More ...

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