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Max Williams '12
Max Williams ā€™12 Does Hands-on Lab Work in Internship
Staring at the computer screen in front of him, Max Williams ’12 rotates a complex MRI image. He opens up the cross sections, targeting the colored area and moving “slices” of the image to better see the specific piece he wants. What is all this technology used to analyze? A chicken embryo’s face, of course! Williams is spending the summer at the Birth Defects Research Lab at the University of Washington Medical Center in Seattle working to set new parameters for the embryonic development of chickens. More ...
Akritee Shrestha '13
Shrestha ā€™13 Examines Nepal Medical Services
In Nepal, medicine and traditional practices are in a constant tug-of-war for the population’s trust. Although the medical sector is growing, a large segment of the population remains skeptical of modern medical services, resorting to traditional healing practices. Having received a Jeffrey Fund for Science Internship, Akritee Shrestha ’13, is immersing herself in Nepal’s medical field at the Nepal Health Research Council. More ...
Sarah Perdomo '12
Sarah Perdomo '12 Interning at ArtCenter/South Florida Summer Program
ArtCenter/South Florida (ACSF), located in Miami Beach, describes itself as “an access point for artists, curators, and visitors alike. ACSF is a major cultural institution that offers the community exhibitions for up-and-coming visual artists and educational programs in a wide variety of media for many different age groups and skill levels. This summer, Hamilton’s Sarah Perdomo ’12 will be joining the ArtCenter/South Florida team as a teaching assistant at one of the institution’s summer education programs. More ...
Kino Ruth, director of the Career Center
In Economic Recession, Career Center Remains Optimistic

Most college students and their parents worry about the recession’s effect on graduates’ job opportunities. While recent unemployment trends and hiring statistics may appear daunting, the numbers offer only a glimpse at the uncertainty involved in the job search. However, even in fearful times it is important to remember that finding employment is not, in fact, a hopeless endeavor. Hamilton College’s Career Center remains hard at work combining powerful resources to help students land an internship, secure a job and begin a career.  More ...

Eric Kuhn '09 and Shelly Palmer P'11, P'13
Digital Networking Dominant Theme during GOLD Summit Weekend
Alumni and students had the opportunity to experience the power of the college’s alumni network firsthand at the GOLD (Graduates of the Last Decade) Summit on April 16-18. Many presentations focused on the power of social media and other digital solutions to expand career opportunities. More ...
Candace Browning-Platt P'10
Candace Browning-Platt Pā€™10 Offers Hamilton Students Insightful Career Advice
In an April 15 visit to Hamilton College, Senior Vice President and President of Merrill Lynch Global Research Candace Browning Platt P'10 gave an honest and engaging lecture on her career and the advice that she would like to pass down to those interested in finance. More ...
Meg Herman '09
Meg Herman '09: Hard work for Options, Empowers YOU with Choices
My third grade teacher told me "you will be a teacher." I told her "never!" But by my senior year at Hamilton, it was obvious I wanted to work with children, or for children, to better their education. More ...
Christian Science Monitor Focuses on Hamilton Alumni Program
A recent Christian Science Monitor article focused on a unique networking program offered by colleges to alumni highlighted Hamilton. The article "Universities try innovative ways to get grads jobs" examined "speed-networking," an evening for alumni from NESCAC colleges during which participants are matched with others who share their stated interests. Each participant spends six minutes with 12 other individuals. The somewhat dizzying experience removes the potential awkwardness of typical networking events. More ...
Kye Lippold '10 worked at the Bureau of Economics at the Federal Trade Commission
Summer Internships Provide Essential Career-Related Experience
It’s no surprise that 2009 college graduates are having a tough time finding jobs in the current economy. Surveys by the National Association of Colleges and Employers (NACE) found that fewer than 20 percent of 2009 graduates who had applied for a job actually had one by the time of graduation, down from 26 percent in 2008, and more than 50 percent in 2007. More ...
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