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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 ...

Olivia Valcarce '15
Writing Center Tutor Olivia Valcarce ’15 Hones Skills in Literary Agency Internship

Hamilton emphasizes its students’ ability to write and edit effectively, and this summer Olivia Valcarce ’15 is taking advantage of those skills through an internship at Writers House Literary Agency. Valcarce, a Writing Center tutor on campus, is receiving financial support from the Joseph F. Anderson ’44 Internship Fund, administered through Hamilton’s Career Center, to pursue a long-term career interest in editing.  More ...

Ujjwal Pradhan ’15 and Nick Solano ’14
Wall St. Journal Features Funded Interns

As part of the ongoing public discussion of paid and unpaid internships, a Wall Street Journal article, “Unpaid Internship? Some Colleges Pick Up the Tab,” reported on colleges that provide students with funding for unpaid internships. Hamilton was highlighted in the article as well as another in the accompanying online report, “The Importance of Being an Intern,” as offering funding to enable students to acquire career-related experiences.  More ...

Alexandra Nasto '13 with her acrylic painting "Untitled" (top).
Alexandra Nasto '13: From Museum Intern to Exhibitor

Alexandra Nasto’s ’13 summer internship at the New Britain (Conn.) Museum of American Art (NBMAA) led to one of her works being exhibited at the museum’s Juried Members Show in October.  Nasto, a curatorial intern at the NBMAA from May to August 2012, submitted an acrylic painting she had completed as part of Hamilton Professor Bill Salzillo’s design class last spring. The painting was one of the works selected by juror Robert Burns, director of the Mattatuck Museum in Waterbury, Conn.  More ...

Students Gain Experience Through Summer Internships

Throughout the summer the news page has featured stories about students who were awarded funding from Hamilton to pursue their career interests through research projects with faculty or in internships that were offered without pay. In an effort to gain experience in a field of interest, other Hamilton students pursued summer research and internships that were unfunded.  More ...

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