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Morgan Osborn '14
Morgan Osborn ’14 Interns with Farm to Plate Initiative

Eating fruits and vegetables can provide numerous health benefits, from improved vision to substantially reduced risk of cancer and strokes.  Some parents have trouble getting their children to eat leafy greens or vibrantly colored peppers, but Morgan Osborn ’14 is trying to change that by educating teenagers about how great produce can be.  As an intern with the Burlington School Food Project, Osborn is teaching children various aspects of farming and how to prepare meals with fresh ingredients.  More ...

Eil Davidow '14
I’m With the Band… Kind Of

After attending a music concert, fans may not think about how much effort and planning went into the performance they just witnessed.  Between picking a location, agreeing to a contract and managing equipment, hundreds of details are involved.  This summer, Eli Davidow ’15 is learning the intricacies of record labels, booking agencies and performance venues.  More ...

Ellen Esterhay '14
Ellen Esterhay ’14 Interns with U. S. Senate Foreign Relations Committee

As one of the original 10 standing committees of the Senate, the U.S. Senate Committee on Foreign Relations is a permanent panel that develops and influences U.S. foreign policy.  For six weeks this summer, Ellen Esterhay ’14 interned with this panel, which supports, debates and challenges treaties and policies from both the president and secretary of state.  Working on Capitol Hill in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, Esterhay saw first-hand how foreign policy is developed.  More ...

Hillary Kolodner '14 with a Senegalese child at the community center.
Hillary Kolodner ’14 Interning at Senegal Community Center

After studying abroad in Melbourne, Australia, Hillary Kolodner ’14 knew she wanted to spend more time outside the United States.  She chose to work for Taxawu Suñuy Xales, a community center in Yoff, Senegal.  Started by the Belgian non-governmental organization (NGO) Afractie, the center opened in 2002.  More ...

Emma Zanazzi '15
Emma Zanazzi '15 Interns at Mass. Women's Political Caucus

This summer Emma Zanazzi ’15, a women’s studies major, is getting involved in some of the issues most important to her. Through funding from the Kirkland Endowment, she is interning with the Massachusetts Women’s Political Caucus, a non-profit organization that works to endorse female candidates in political campaigns and elections.  More ...

Nick Solano '14
Nick Solano '14 Explores Lobbying in D.C.

Some Americans misunderstand the role of lobbying and its contribution to the political process.  The practice benefits advocacy groups, large and small, that want to inform and to have their opinions heard by government representatives. Nick Solano ’14 is working for Williams & Jensen PLLC, a government affairs law firm in Washington, D.C, and learning about that firm’s lobbying efforts.  More ...

Jessica Moulite '14
Jessica Moulite ’14 Lands Internship with CBS News

When Jessica Moulite ’14 was growing up, she didn’t watch cartoons. Instead, she was only allowed to watch the news. She credits this with giving her a lasting interest in journalism and broadcasting, one which she is exploring this summer through an internship with CBS. With funding from the George and Martha Darcy Internship Support Fund, managed by the Career Center,  she is working with the CBS Evening News and gaining experience toward a future career in broadcast media.  More ...

Will Marsden '14
Will Marsden ’14 Helps Gaming Company Go Green

William Marsden ’14 is helping Arkadium, a professional game development company, become more environmentally conscious this summer. Working as the business operations intern, Marsden is overseeing the company’s Go Green initiative to implement more sustainable practices.  More ...

Libby Chamberlin '14
Libby Chamberlin ’14 Interns for Vermont Senator

Libby Chamberlin ’14 is interning for U.S. Sen. Bernard “Bernie” Sanders this summer, interacting with constituents and contributing research for legislation. Working for the Vermont senator, she is completing major projects, and aiding in daily tasks to help better serve constituents. Her positive experiences with faculty in the Government Department prompted her to consider an internship in the realm of politics.  More ...

Colin Henneberger '14
Considering a Career in Wealth Management

Colin Henneberger ’14 is fully embracing the New York City internship experience this summer by working at Pioneer Financial.  After waking up at 6:30 a.m., catching a train, transferring to the subway, and walking from the station, he finally arrives at the wealth advisory firm to start his workday at 9 a.m.  More ...

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