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Seiya Asada-Johnson '13.
People's Production House Gives Voice to the Unheard

Although the media bombards us with information through newspapers, magazines and the Internet, people from low-income or immigrant communities may lack the skills to critically analyze all this information.  Seiya Asada-Johnson ’13 is spending the summer with Radio Rootz helping improve media literacy for the underprivileged. His internship is supported by the Couper Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Marta Johnson '13
Johnson ’13 Assists in 2011-12 AHI Programming Plans

Alexander Hamilton left an incredible legacy as a political and economic thinker. Centuries after his death, three Hamilton professors founded the Alexander Hamilton Institute for the Study of Western Civilization, an organization dedicated to providing innovative, educational programming about a wide range of topics. Marta Johnson ’13 was a summer intern for the institute, supported by Hamilton’s Eckman Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Lauren Brousseau '12
Brousseau ’12 Helps Injured Soldiers Get Back on Their Feet

With the latest advances in prosthetic and orthotic technology, injured people can resume many activities. The field of prosthetics is particularly important to military personnel, many of whom face loss of limb from their injuries. Lauren Brousseau ’12 is a summer intern in the Prosthetic and Orthotic Service at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington, D.C. Her internship is supported by the Jeffery Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Kayla Brenden '13
An Inside Look at Optometry

Although millions of people rely on optometrists to keep their eyes healthy and improve their vision, the inner-workings of an optometrist’s office are rarely seen by the patient. Kayla Brenden ’13 is spending the summer as an intern for Morrison Eye Care in their Detroit Lakes and Mahnomen locations in Minnesota. Her internship is supported by the Anderson Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Emma Simmons '11
Emma Simmons '11 Joins Citizen Schools

Disadvantaged children in struggling schools are often not given a chance to succeed, and public school systems are sometimes unable to find the resources to encourage or inspire some of their students. Emma Simmons ’11 is working as a teaching fellow for Citizen Schools, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering students from struggling schools across the country.  More ...

Emily Gaudet '12
The Benefits of Holistic Medicine

If modern medicine fails to adequately treat a condition, some patients turn to alternative healing methods. Francis Holistic Medical Center in West Boylston, Mass., provides this approach to healing. Emily Gaudet ’12 is an intern at the Francis Holistic Medical Center, where she interacts directly with patients and helps provide administrative support. Gaudet’s internship is supported by the Jeffrey Fund through the Career Center.  More ...

Yonghyun Song '13
Song '13 Charts Graph Theory

The mathematical field of graph theory is a study of just that:  a study of mathematical figures consisting of points and lines connected to them. Yonghyun Song ’13 is serving as an intern for Associate Professor of Mathematics Sally Cockburn on a graph theory project. His work was supported by the Monica Odening Student Internship and Research Fund in Mathematics through the Career Center.  More ...

Kate Harloe '12
Harloe '12 Takes Study Abroad Experience to Internship

For those who want to spend time abroad, the wide variety of choices can make it confusing and difficult to compare programs. GO! Overseas, an upstart company based in Berkeley, Calif., helps ease the process of going abroad through a website that compares different programs. Katherine Harloe ’12 is spending the summer as an editorial and marketing intern for GO! Overseas, writing articles and brainstorming ways to expand the website.  More ...

Joanna Leff '12
Jumpstart Helps At-Risk Students Read to Succeed

According to Jumpstart, a literacy program with locations all over the country, America is facing an “early education crisis.” Low-income neighborhoods seem to face a disadvantage when it comes to education, and children from these areas fall behind in their schooling much more easily. To help provide a solution to this education gap, Jumpstart offers a program designed to help at-risk students succeed. Joanna Leff ’12 is spending the summer as an intern with Jumpstart.  More ...

Johanna Farkas '12 and friend.
Farkas '12 Spends Summer Immersed in Mystic Mammals

The wonder and beauty of aquariums are enchanting to children and adults alike. Marine life offers a wealth of intricate diversity to our planet and these species help maintain ecosystems throughout the world. Johanna Farkas ’12 is spending the summer at one of the premier aquariums and world leaders in marine research, the Mystic Aquarium and Institute for Exploration. Farkas’ internship is supported by the Jeffery Fund through the Career Center and the Renwick Prize in Biology.  More ...

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