• Virginia Davis ’25 spent the spring 2023 semester living and learning in the Big Apple through Hamilton’s New York City Program.

  • When he arrived at Hamilton, Michael O’Hare ’21 had a “rough idea” that he wanted to pursue finance, and now, after four years of finance internships and economics courses, he’s secured a job with Cain Brothers in New York City.

  • After he graduates from Hamilton in May, David Yu ’20 will be joining Amazon as a business analyst. He interned there last summer and shares his path to that first job.

  • In their second week in New York City, the Fall 2019 cohort of Hamilton’s New York City Program had the chance to explore New York’s own Tenement Museum.

  • Students on the Hamilton NYC program were busy with a rather unusual activity last week - The NYC Rat Safari. Under the guidance of Dr. Robert ‘Bobby’ Corrigan, a world-renowned authority on urban rat behavior, we went around the city looking at rat habitats and learning more about these interesting creatures. Accompanying us was Matt Combs '13, now a graduate student in Biology at Fordham University; Dr. Corrigan is his thesis advisor.

  • Hamilton’s Program in New York City group recently toured Chinatown guided by Hamilton alum Sharon Liu '17 (herself a NYC Program student in 2016). The tour ended with a dim sum lunch at Jing Fong restaurant in Chinatown.

  • Meredyth Ohringer ’17, who is about halfway through a graduate program in early childhood education, remembers when her interest in teaching crystallized. It was during an internship while she was in Hamilton’s New York City Program.

  • As a part of our Seminar In Global Processes: The Global City, we delve into the creation and functioning of cities around the world, whilst focussing on the locus of our study- New York City. We live and breathe the city every day as we take the subway to work, grab a coffee at the closest Deli or try and figure out why the Walgreens is called Duane Reade here!

  • Hamilton’s New York City Program recently traveled to Midtown for a visit and presentation from the Municipal Art Society of New York. The Municipal Art Society (MAS) is a nonprofit organization that focuses on preserving legacy spaces, engaging in thoughtful city planning and design, and fostering inclusive neighborhoods across New York City. The presentation centered on MAS’s on-going project, the Accidental Skyline and their most recent report, A Tale of Two Rezonings: Taking a Harder Look at CEQR (City Environmental Quality Review), which debuted on Nov. 8.

  • The Museum of the City of New York offered several exhibits that tied in nicely with the Hamilton Program in New York City course material. The visit complemented the program’s studies of the politics of urbanization as well as the economics of metropolitan development.

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