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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 »

Julian Smedley ’19

StarChefs, Brooklyn, NY When I began searching for internships this past spring I wanted to find something that I felt passionate about rather than spend another summer doing a job only to bolster my résumé. Two summers ago, I worked as an intern for a Congressional Representative on Capitol Hill,… 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 »

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 »

Mano Sundaresan ’19

300’s pet snake, Drip God, who helped take part in marketing the artist, Young Thug’s latest album, Slime Language.

300 Entertainment, New York, NY I spent the summer at 300 Entertainment, an independent record label based in New York and home to popular artists like Young Thug, Famous Dex, Cheat Codes, and Phony Ppl. I interned in the A&R (artists and repertoire) department, the part of the label devoted… Continue reading »

Carsten Berger ’19

Reading the Center’s report on prosecutors’ roles in guiding re-entry programs.

Center on the Administration of Criminal Law, NYU School of Law, New York, NY Reading the Center’s report on prosecutors’ roles in guiding re-entry programs. My interest in the law started when I took Professor Hirsch’s “Introduction to Justice and Law” course my freshman year. Reading a number… Continue reading »