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Conor Dunham ’19

We would set up tents and picnic mats for the kids to sit down and eat, which was the true fabrication of the sense of community felt at Mayor Wright.

Hawaii Literacy, Honolulu, HI Every day at Mayor Wright, there was free lunch for all of the neighborhood kids. This summer, I was the Summer Meals Coordinator for Hawaii Literacy’s Mayor Wright Family Library. Hawaii Literacy is a non-profit based in Honolulu focusing on improving literacy in underprivileged… Continue reading »

Natalie Albright ’20

Natalie pictured in the lab, where she worked every day.

Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, Northwell Health, Manhasset, NY Natalie pictured in the lab, where she worked every day. This summer I had the wonderful opportunity to be a research intern at the Feinstein Institute for Medical Research, a research facility that aims to be the number one… Continue reading »

Morgan Richman ’19

Three Weill Cornell Research Assistants and our Supervisor, Billie Johnsson.

Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY Three Weill Cornell Research Assistants and our Supervisor, Billie Johnsson. This summer, I was a Research Associate with Weill Cornell’s Emergency Department in New York City. Along with three other Williams students, I worked in NewYork–Presbyterian Hospital’s Emergency Room recruiting patients… Continue reading »

Shubhashree Basnyat ’19

Celebrating my first publication at The Record!

The Record, Nepal Celebrating my first publication at The Record! This may be an odd thing to say about a newspaper, but I love The Record. I started reading the digital paper since its first publication back in 2015, when—fun fact—a Williams alum was desk editor. I firmly… Continue reading »

Ingrid Song ’21

Two members of the Farm Crew show off their personalities while weeding at Red Shirt Farm.

Roots Rising, Pittsfield, MA Two members of the Farm Crew show off their personalities while weeding at Red Shirt Farm. This summer I worked for Roots Rising, a farm-based youth development program in Pittsfield, Massachusetts. Roots Rising hires teens from the city of Pittsfield to become part of… Continue reading »

Thomas Benz ’19

he RAs and our mentor, Billie Johnsson, on the last day! Pictured from left to right are Nina Min ’19, Billie, Tom Benz ’19 (me), and Morgan Richman ’19.

Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, NY An unpaid internship in New York City: talk about the ASIP Grant coming in clutch! This summer, I worked in the Research Associate Program at NewYork–Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, and I am wholly thankful for the experience. I was gifted with a wonderful… Continue reading »

Madeline Wessell ’20

Standing in front of the building I worked in, the entrance to AFL-CIO.

AFL-CIO, Washington, DC Standing in front of the building I worked in, the entrance to AFL-CIO. This summer my internship took place at the AFL-CIO in Washington, DC. I was assigned to work in their Policy Department. My primary project entailed researching for the organization’s Future of Work… Continue reading »

Jason Adulley ’19

Pictured here is me at the childcare convening, getting to know my fellow interns by rotating around the room discussing our involvement with childcare economy.

Center for Community Change, Washington, DC This summer, I was privileged to work as a Public Policy Intern with the Center for Community Change. The Center for Community Change (CCC) was established in 1968 and its mission is to build the power and capacity of low-income people, especially low-income people… Continue reading »