Public Service Internship Program

The Public Service Internship Program was created to provide stipends for students participating in public service-related internships within the United States. Preference will be given to internships in the fields of education, social entrepreneurships, social justice, public health, mental health, medicine, and non-profits.

Elizabeth Welch ’22

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Ann Romney Center for Neurologic Diseases, Brigham and Women’s Hospital, Boston, MA Each morning for the past few months I have walked to work, enlivened by a cocoon of sunshine and surrounded by a flurry of scrubs and research lanyards. Waiting at the traffic light, I felt a mixture… Continue reading »

Masen Boucher ’20

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Boston Children’s Hospital, Boston, MA This summer, I worked in the Mannix/Meehan/Qiu Lab in the Emergency Medicine Department at Boston Children’s Hospital. Broadly, the lab focuses on concussion and traumatic brain injury, and more specifically on behavioral outcomes, biomarkers, potential genetic vulnerability, and post-concussion manipulations to improve recovery outcomes. Continue reading »

Kayla Gillman ’21

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Justice-In-Education Initiative, Columbia University, New York, NY I spent this summer interning at the Justice-In-Education Initiative (JIE) at Columbia University. JIE, which is a collaboration between the Heyman Center for the Humanities and the Center for Justice at Columbia, provides educational opportunities to incarcerated and formerly incarcerated people. Although… Continue reading »

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