Class of 1974 Internship Program

The Class of 1974 Internship Program was created to provide meaningful assistance to students to enable increased participation in off-campus community service organizations engaging in worthwhile endeavors with professionals in various non-profit or community service-oriented fields.

Amelia Levitt-Smith ’23

Amelia Levitt-Smith at work.

Central European University, Austria This summer I had the opportunity to work as a research assistant for the rector and dean of the Central European University (CEU). The Central European University was founded by philanthropist George Soros and is an institution of advanced research and teaching, dedicated to socially and… Continue reading »

Sam Magid ’25

Sam Magid working on the go.

University of California, San Francisco, Global Action in Nursing, San Francisco, CA Global Action in Nursing (GAIN), founded in 2017 at the University of California, San Francisco, has one primary goal: to decrease maternal and newborn deaths across Liberia, Malawi and Sierra Leone—three countries facing high birth-related mortalities and a… Continue reading »

Bemnet Getachew Mengistu ’24

Bemnet Getachew Mengistu at work.

United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), Switzerland This summer, I was a research assistant for the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), a working group under the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI). TCFD tracks disclosed climate-related risks from financial institutions and other organizations in… Continue reading »

Shiina Sekimoto ’23

Shiina Sekimoto working with students.

Ryugaku Fellowship, Japan This summer, I interned at a Japanese nonprofit organization Ryugaku Fellowship (aka Ryu-Fellow.) Ryu-Fellow’s mission is to provide Japanese high school students with the education, opportunities and information necessary for them to become leaders of their own lives—to actively take the initiative, make decisions and find passion… Continue reading »

Julia Zhang ’25

Julia Zhang going into the adult inpatient unit.

Rutgers-Princeton Center for Computational Cognitive Neuro-Psychiatry, Piscataway, NJ This summer I was a research assistant for the Rutgers-Princeton Center for Computational Cognitive Neuro-Psychiatry (CCNP), which works as a facility that runs, funds and recruits for studies at Rutgers University and Princeton University. CCNP works closely with—but not a part of—the… Continue reading »

Avery Freund ’25

Bard College, Memory Dynamics Lab, Annandale-On-Hudson, NY I spent this past summer in the Memory Dynamics Lab under the supervision of Dr. Justin Hulbert who specializes in cognitive science and the science of forgetting. During the eight weeks I spent working for Dr. Hulbert, I joined the existing research team… Continue reading »

Desel P. Dorji ’23

Desel Dorji posing at the office.

The Majurity Trust, Singapore For the first six weeks of my summer, I was a corporate intern at The Majurity Trust (TMT), a philanthropic organization in Singapore that manages nine grants across various causes. During my time at TMT I worked directly with the CEO, with support from the other… Continue reading »

Annabel Flatland ’24

Annabel Flatland exploring Arctic Geology in Jotunheimen National Park.

University of Oslo, Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics, Norway This summer, I worked at the Centre for Earth Evolution and Dynamics (CEED) at the University of Oslo. CEED is related to the geoscience department but focuses on understanding Earth tectonics, climate, volcanoes and modeling. My project’s goal was to… Continue reading »

Isaac Aguilar ’23

Access Theater, New York, NY Although I’m afraid of the critics at Rotten Tomato, I’ve decided to make a documentary. If you want to know who’s responsible for putting that idea in my head, you can thank the folks at Access Theater. This summer, I worked with Access Theater as… Continue reading »

Ted Anderson ’22

Institute for Human & Machine Cognition, Pensacola, FL This summer I set out to design a multi-page web application where users (researchers) could rapidly reconfigure human performance experiments at the Institute for Human & Machine Cognition (IHMC). My supervisor, Dr. Anil Raj, believed that in-person work interactions were essential for… Continue reading »

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