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Molly Haughey '12
Haughey ’12 Peddles Benefits of Cycling in Boston

Like many cities, Boston encourages bicycling as an alternative mode of transportation that’s good for one’s health and for the environment.  To help encourage bike-riding cities must implement bike-friendly features such as bike lanes and racks. The Boston Cyclists Union helps make that city conducive to bicycling, and Molly Haughey ’12 was a summer intern there, writing articles for the organization’s newsletter and creating an informational video about the Union.  More ...

Emma Taylor '13
Nourishing USA Aims to Feed, Educate, Advocate

New York City is known as a bright, loud “city that never sleeps.” Yet despite the glamorous side of the city, poverty-stricken communities such as East Harlem face issues of food scarcity and poor nutrition. Emma Taylor ’13 is spending her summer interning for Nourishing USA, helping to alleviate nutritional problems in some of New York’s poorest communities.  More ...

Eleanor Gartner '12
Gartner '12 Explores Life of Art Critic Calvin Tomkins

Museums offer the public an immense wealth of shared cultural artifacts in the form of various art mediums, and their employees help ensure that they remain a valued resource for treasured works. Eleanor Gartner ’12 is spending the summer as an intern for the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York City, conducting research on the life and work of former New Yorker magazine art critic Calvin Tomkins. Her research is supported by the Kevin Kennedy Class of '70 Internship Fund for the Arts through the Career Center.  More ...

James Russell '09
James Russell '09 shares what you can expect at your first visit to the Career Center

It took me five years to muster up the courage to schedule an appointment at the Career Center.  That’s right.  Five years.  Even with diploma in hand, my heartbeat began to race as I opened the door and ventured inside for the first time.  Read on for James' first experience at the Career Center!  More ...

How I Used my School Breaks to Explore Careers

I’m really into making to-do lists and having clear plans. So when I finally admitted to myself last semester that I didn’t have any idea how to plan for my future career, I got a little nervous. I called the Career Center to make an appointment, hoping that I would be able to discuss my broad range of future career ideas with a counselor.  More ...

Hali Baumstein '11
Getting Involved on Campus Can Help You Get a Job

Over the years, I’ve become involved with a number of organizations and activities on campus. But campus activities are also great to have on your resume – they can help you market your greatest qualities to potential employers.  More ...

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