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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 ...

Students who had science-related summer internships recounted their experiences.
Science Majors Share Summer Internship Experiences

Five Hamilton students who spent the summer working in science-related internships had the opportunity to share information on their experiences in the first event in a new Career Center series on Sept. 24.  More ...

Olusade Oyalowo '14
American Banker Magazine Intern Olusade Oyalowo ’14 Pens Cover Story

Olusade Oyalowo ’14 spent the summer as an intern at American Banker Magazine and ended up with a bylined cover article as a result.  More ...

Samantha Sherman '15, left, with her supervisor Erin Walsh.
Sherman ’15 Lands Internship at Exclusive N.J. Golf Club

Samantha Sherman ’15 has taken to heart the oft-repeated advice of Hamilton College’s Maurice Horowitch Career Center to “get started early” when it comes to career related experience. Although only a rising sophomore, Sherman has spent the past two months working in a marketing and public relations internship at the Hamilton Farm Golf Club in Gladstone, N.J.  More ...

Eryn Boyce '13, second from left, with designer Austin Scarlett (center) and other interns.
Boyce ’13 Teaches Children About Need to Preserve the Past

The Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, N.H., is unique among so-called living history museums because it does not focus on a single era of history, but rather documents the transformation of the neighborhood from its original state in 1695 until the residents left in 1955. This unique approach to preserving the past inspired history major Eryn Boyce ’13 to apply for an internship at Strawbery Banke.  More ...

Rachel Johnson '13
Johnson ’13 Serves as Development Intern at Philadelphia Museum

The Rosenbach Museum and Library may be one of Philadelphia’s best kept secrets. Founded by brothers Philip and Dr. A. S. W. Rosenbach in 1954, the museum holds what is perhaps one of the most preeminent assemblages of rare books, manuscripts and European artifacts of any private institution in the U. S. This impressive collection and the constant fundraising needs of a non-profit museum like the Rosenbach captured the attention of Rachel Johnson ’13, who interned there this summer.  More ...

Jasmina Hodzic '13, left, with Katharina Kloss, the editor of Cafe Babel.
Hodzic ’13 Examines Human Labor Trafficking Through U.N. Internship

The issue of human sex trafficking has long been on the radar of international lawmakers and humanitarian organizations, but the recently emerged problem of human labor trafficking is just now beginning to come under national and international scrutiny. Jasmina Hodzic ’13 is interning at the United Nations International Organization for Migration (IOM) in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina with the support of a Levitt Center Public Service Grant.  More ...

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