Marver Internship Program

The Marver Internship in Public Policy Program was founded by James D. Marver ’72, P’14 to encourage students interested in domestic public policy analysis to participate in real-world experiences and to expose them to contemporary domestic policy research and analysis, which they may want to carry on as an independent study/thesis.

Isabel Kelly ’23

Isabel Kelly poses for a photo.

Sunrise Mountain Partners, Greenwich, CT This summer I worked as a clean energy fellow for Sunrise Mountain Partners, a solar development startup focusing on community solar. This company was launched this past year by Williams alum Nick Minekime ’02 who had already established themself in clean energy. Along with two… Continue reading »

Gabriella Lopez-Ona ’24

Gabriella Lopez-Ona posing with laptop.

United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), Switzerland My time as a United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) Task Force for Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD) researcher was an incredible learning experience that checked all of the boxes on my summer internship wish list. First of all, I… Continue reading »

Alexander Park ’23

Alexander Park at work.

Ecologic Institute, Germany This summer, I had the opportunity to work as a research intern for the Ecologic Institute, performing policy review and analysis while living in Berlin. The Ecologic Institute is a politically independent think tank that performs research in environmental policy, sustainable development and socioecological models. Their research… Continue reading »

Shaurya Taxali ’24

Shaurya Taxali working.

Sunrise Mountain Partners, Greenwich, CT This summer I worked at Sunrise Mountain Partners (SMP) as a clean energy fellow. Around March, I started looking for work and came across a post on this internship on EphLink. I knew clean energy was the industry I wanted to start my career in. Continue reading »

Brady Foehl ’22.5

Markets Policy Partners, Washington, D.C. My remote summer internship with Markets Policy Partners (MPP) was much better than I could have asked for. I learned a lot, and it prepared me well for the semester ahead, as I was reading and writing all summer. MPP is a small subscription-based firm… Continue reading »

Timothy Forth ’24

Power Management, LLC, Victor, NY This past summer I interned at Power Management Company. Power Management is engaged in the energy consulting, management and procurement business, and helps clients to reduce energy costs by providing them with strategies to increase their energy efficiency and matching them with energy providers. The… Continue reading »

Brian Hernández Tena ’23

United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), Switzerland I had the pleasure of working with the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI) under David Carlin ’12. The initiative aims to provide financial institutions, investors, and stakeholders with the proper knowledge needed to incorporate climate-related disclosures into their… Continue reading »

Loren Tsang ’22

Millenial Action Project, Washington, D.C. Fulfilling a desire to work with policy in the sphere of domestic politics, my time as a State Policy Intern with the Millennial Action Project was fulfilling and enlightening. The Millennial Action Project (MAP) is a bipartisan nonprofit organization that works with legislators to overcome… Continue reading »

Laura Wang ’21

Headshot of Laura Wang '21

Portland State University, Department of Economics, Portland, OR This summer, I worked as a research assistant at Portland State University in the economics department, supervised by Professor Rajiv Sharma. I assisted with the Longitudinal Access to Physicians Study (LAPS), an audit study where researchers contact physicians’ offices and simulate a… Continue reading »

Jonah Tobin ’23

Selfie Jonah Tobin '23 at a desk

Office of Massachusetts State Senator Adam Hinds, Boston, MA As an intern for State Senator Adam Hinds, I have had the unique opportunity to be involved in both statewide affairs and issues affecting the Berkshire communities; and to be involved, learn, and work on issues affecting Williamstown and its neighbors. Continue reading »