Williams KIPP Internship Program

The Williams KIPP Internship Program is funded by Jeffrey Hines ’77, P’11 and places Williams students in KIPP (Knowledge is Power Program) public charter schools across the country. KIPP has the core belief that all students can succeed, regardless of their zip code or their demographics, and has college graduation as the goal for all students.

Sarina Prasad ’22

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KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I interned with the External Affairs Team at KIPP Philadelphia Schools, a non-profit charter school organization with locations in multiple states and cities. During my internship, most of my time was spent assisting my supervisor, Logan, with various projects. I met with… Continue reading »

Karla De La Fuente ’22

KIPP Texas Public Schools, Houston, TX KIPP Texas Public Schools is an expanding network of tuition-free, public charter schools focused on educating early childhood, elementary, middle, and high school students. By committing to equity in education, KIPP Texas aims to foster academically excellent schools that prepare students with the necessary… Continue reading »

Ajay Chatha ’23

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KIPP Philadelphia Public Schools, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I had the pleasure of working at KIPP Philadelphia in their regional office as a data and analytics intern. KIPP Philly is a part of a national charter school network, serving students from grades K-12, most of whom come from educationally… Continue reading »

Grace Yang ’22

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KIPP STAR Harlem Elementary School, New York, NY I spent this past summer working as an Operations Intern at KIPP STAR Harlem Elementary School, a charter school that seeks to disrupt the school-to-prison pipeline and to provide underprivileged youth with a stellar education. In a world where mass incarceration… Continue reading »

Alex Bank ’20

A first grade class at KIPP Philadelphia Elementary Academy.

KIPP Philadelphia Schools, Philadelphia, PA My grandfather grew up in Strawberry Mansion—then and now it is an economically disadvantaged and dangerous area of Philadelphia. His father owned a drug store, and planted rose bushes that spread up the facade of the store, giving color and hope to the community. Those… Continue reading »

Peter Le ’21

Thuy is representing KIPP Star at our nation’s capital.

KIPP STAR Harlem College Prep Elementary School, New York, NY This summer, I had the opportunity to intern at KIPP STAR Harlem College Prep Elementary School in New York City. It was an incredible experience which left me thinking about a lot of different things, but a little background first:… Continue reading »

Michelle Lopez ’21

A group of students playing a sack game during the annual carnival.

KIPP STAR Harlem College Prep Elementary School, New York, NY I spent the past school year working with children under a few different programs, as a homework tutor, after school mentor, and classroom helper. Most of my experience surrounding education heavily involved, and sometimes only involved, working with children with… Continue reading »

Nicolle Vittini Cabral ’19

Nicolle poses at “Staff Kickoff Event

KIPP DC Schools, Washington, DC Nicolle poses at “Staff Kickoff Event” in Washington, DC as a point person for questions. This summer I had the opportunity to work at KIPP DC, with a talented team as the recruitment intern. During my eight weeks at KIPP, the purpose of… Continue reading »

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