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.

Lea Elton ’24 (she/her/hers)


Family Health Centers at NYU Langone, Brooklyn, NY This summer, I worked at the Family Health Centers (FHC) at NYU Langone. The FHCs were established in 1967 and adopted into the NYU Langone network in the early 2010s. From a food pantry to an adult education program to individual social… Continue reading »

Sarah Gantt ’23


Foundation for Contemporary Arts, New York, NY During the summer of 2021, I worked for the Foundation for Contemporary Arts (FCA), a New York City-based organization that gives grants to experimental artists. FCA has monthly and annual grants programs. Artists apply directly for the monthly grants which are project-based emergency… Continue reading »

Caroline Ro ’23


United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), Switzerland I worked this summer as a research assistant with the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI). The mission of the Finance Initiative is to mobilize the financial sector (banks, insurers, and investors) to incorporate environmental risks and concerns into… 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 »

Rose Tchuenkam ’23

Conference room

Misongi College Access Program, Cameroon I worked at the Misongi Scholar Program this summer, a college access program that brings together high-achieving Cameroonian students to learn and make an impact in their community while preparing them for college application. Misongi College Access Program creates a special program that helps young… Continue reading »

Edward Wolfson ’23

Edward Wolfson '23 on laptop

Violence Intervention Program, Los Angeles, CA This summer, I had the opportunity to work at the Alexis Project and the Violence Intervention Program. The Violence Intervention Program (VIP) is the largest clinic of its type, serving marginalized populations in L.A. At its inception in 1984, the program was focused on… Continue reading »

Nick Bern ’23

Nick Bern '23 standing in front of city landscape

BetterVet, LLC, Hingham, MA This summer at BetterVet provided me with an invaluable professional experience at the intersection of medicine and entrepreneurship. As hospitals began tightening their protocols and restrictions in the spring, my planned internship in radiology and diagnostic imaging at South Shore Hospital in Weymouth, Massachusetts, was cancelled. Continue reading »

Grace Dailey ’22

Grace Dailey '22 in front of sunset landsape

Rise Scholars and Hamilton School, Novato, CA This summer I worked for the Rise Scholars Summer Academic Enrichment Program for 3rd through 8th graders at the Hamilton School in Novato, California, called SummerHawks. Hamilton is a historically underserved, underachieving low-
income K-8 school and SummerHawks is designed to raise students up… Continue reading »

Sarah Gantt ’23

Selfie of Sarah Gantt '23 on laptop

Regent University School of Law, Virginia Beach, VA This summer, I interned remotely with Professor Lynne Kohm at Regent University School of Law in Virginia Beach. In my own words, the mission of Regent Law School is to provide students with a legal education that will help them lead with… Continue reading »

Sana Jawa ’23

Sana Jawa '23 in front of framed pictures

Milken Institute Asia Center, Singapore This summer, I interned at the Milken Institute Asia Center (MIAC) in Singapore on the Events and Communications team. MIAC is part of the Milken Institute, a U.S. based public policy think tank. It convenes government officials, NGO workers, and prominent individuals from both the… Continue reading »