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Named for Hamilton’s 19th president, the Joan Hinde Stewart Career Development Program provides a comprehensive four-year program of career-related counseling and guidance to exceptional students with financial need.

Resources include funding for unpaid internships that align with students’ career interests. Hamilton alumni are a critical component of the program, offering mentorship and career advice.

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“Joanie” scholars say that résumé-writing and networking advice aren’t the only benefits of the program previously known as First-Year Forward. The experience is leading them on the path to “Know Thyself.”

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JHS Program Provides Access and Opportunity

Named for Hamilton’s 19th president, the Joan Hinde Stewart Career Development Program provides a comprehensive four-year program of career-related counseling and guidance to exceptional students with financial need.

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Career Exploration Through Joan Hinde Stewart Program

Named for Hamilton’s 19th president, the Joan Hinde Stewart Career Development Program (JHS) provides four-year career development support to a select group of students with significant financial need. A number of students involved in the program have explored career interests at internships in a range of professional fields.

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