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Dan Kroening '11
Bourne Braves Internship a Hit for Dan Kroening '11
From the pitchers’ mound to the concession stand, Daniel Kroening ’11 can’t get enough baseball. One may think that the 33 games of the varsity baseball season and playing in a local summer league would sate his thirst for the great American pastime, but Kroening just keeps coming back for more. Kroening is learning more about the behind-the-scenes elements of the game in his internship with amateur baseball league franchise the Bourne Braves. More ...
College Funding Supports Summer Interns
What summer job is better for college students – one that pays well and allows them to save money and pay for expenses, or one that doesn't pay anything but gives them the career-related experience they need to help land a "real" job after college graduation? It's a dilemma that many students face during the summer and sometimes it's difficult to find a job that provides both. More ...
Mary Phillips '11
Mary Phillips ’11 Jumps into the Non-Profit World
All over the world, women fight for their rights. In Iraq they speak out for women raped and murdered by their husbands, in Colombia they fight to help heal the damage caused by exploiting child soldiers. Everywhere there is injustice, organizations form to support these wronged individuals. Working with MADRE in New York City, Mary Phillips ’11 is learning the business side of a non-profit. More ...
Max Williams '12
Max Williams ’12 Does Hands-on Lab Work in Internship
Staring at the computer screen in front of him, Max Williams ’12 rotates a complex MRI image. He opens up the cross sections, targeting the colored area and moving “slices” of the image to better see the specific piece he wants. What is all this technology used to analyze? A chicken embryo’s face, of course! Williams is spending the summer at the Birth Defects Research Lab at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle working to set new parameters for the embryonic development of chickens. More ...
Akritee Shrestha '13
Shrestha ’13 Examines Nepal Medical Services
In Nepal, medicine and traditional practices are in a constant tug-of-war for the population’s trust. Although the medical sector is growing, a large segment of the population remains skeptical of modern medical services, resorting to traditional healing practices. Having received a Jeffrey Fund for Science Internship, Akritee Shrestha ’13, is immersing herself in Nepal’s medical field at the Nepal Health Research Council. More ...
Scott Regan '11 Explores Law Through Internship
Internships, whether paid or unpaid, are often the ideal option for Hamilton students seeking to gain experience in professional fields over the summer months. Hamilton’s Scott Regan ’11 was fortunate enough to find, through HamNet, a summer internship in a field that interests him. Regan will spend this summer as an intern in the offices of Merrimack Valley Legal Services, a law office based in Massachusetts. More ...
Sarah Perdomo '12
Sarah Perdomo '12 Interning at ArtCenter/South Florida Summer Program
ArtCenter/South Florida (ACSF), located in Miami Beach, describes itself as “an access point for artists, curators, and visitors alike. ACSF is a major cultural institution that offers the community exhibitions for up-and-coming visual artists and educational programs in a wide variety of media for many different age groups and skill levels. This summer, Hamilton’s Sarah Perdomo ’12 will be joining the ArtCenter/South Florida team as a teaching assistant at one of the institution’s summer education programs. More ...
Seniors Thomas Coppola, James Langan, Kendra Wulczyn, Sam Cho and Sven Oman.
Five Hamilton Students Experience Life as Medical Residents
Five Hamilton students were recently given the opportunity to experience a week in the life of a medical resident at St. Elizabeth Medical Center in Utica, New York. Sam Cho ’10, Thomas Coppola ’10, James Langan ’10, Sven Oman ’10 and Kendra Wulczyn ’10 took part in the Health Experience Learning Program (HELP) from January 11 to 15. The five day internship consisted of shadowing a medical student and various first, second, and third year residents of St. Elizabeth’s Family Practice Residency Program. More ...
Sarah Cryer '10 at Dr. Elizabeth Poynor's office.
Sarah Cryer '10 Studies Impact of Diet on Cancer Outcomes
This summer, Bristol Scholarship winner Sarah Cryer ’10 gained medical experience with practicing gynecologic oncologist and pelvic surgeon Dr. Elizabeth Poynor. Following her completion of surgical training at Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center in New York, Dr. Poynor decided to work exclusively in practices dedicated to the advancement of women’s health issues. Cryer’s collaboration with Dr. Poynor before the start of the academic year fused research-based knowledge with practical, career-related experience. More ...
Brendan Carroll, Sarah Goodell, Hathaway Burden, Kenya Lee
2009 HANSA Fellows Begin Agency Work
The second class of the Hamilton Alliance for Nonprofit Strategic Advancement (HANSA) has been selected and the four student program fellows have begun work with their agencies. The HANSA program, launched in 2008, partners with non-profit agencies in the Mohawk Valley on specific projects and staffs the agencies with student fellows interested in pursuing non-profit leadership roles. More ...
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