Nathan Szeto ’23

Nathan Szeto working.

University of Michigan, School of Public Health, Ann Arbor, MI This summer I worked with the University of Michigan School of Public Health’s (UMSPH) Department of Biostatistics in Ann Arbor. UMSPH performs research in topics relevant to the public health of the United States and globally. The school’s key values… Continue reading »

Michael Keegan ’25

Michael Keegan in the production studio.

WEMU-FM, Ypsilanti, MI Over the summer, I worked for the local NPR station WEMU-FM in Ypsilanti, Michigan. Though much of the station’s programming is dedicated to jazz music, I worked to help write newscasts focused in Ann Arbor, Ypsilanti and elsewhere in Washtenaw County. Every weekday during the mornings and… Continue reading »

Ari Quasney ’25

Ari Quasney setting up for an event.

Camp Lions of Illinois for Blind and Deaf Youth, DeKalb, IL Camp Lions of Illinois for Blind and Deaf Youth is a nonprofit organization that improves the quality of life for state residents through medical and community services that meet vision and hearing needs. The camp is guided by its… Continue reading »

Matt Wisotsky ’23

Matt Wisotsky performing on bassoon.

Interlochen Center for the Arts, Interlochen, MI Interlochen Center for the Arts is a campus of concert venues and academic buildings dedicated to the performing arts that serves as a camp during the summer and a high school arts academy during the academic year. This summer, I worked during the… Continue reading »

Frances Hayward ’24

Frances Hayward in Milwaukee, WI.

City on a Hill Free Clinic, Milwaukee, WI My experience working as an AmeriCorps VISTA at City on a Hill Free Clinic in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, was a life-changing and professionally defining experience for me. As an AmeriCorps VISTA, I was, on paper, a volunteer through the federal government, working to… Continue reading »

Locke Meyer ’25

Locke Meyer posing for a photo.

Pulitzer Arts Foundation, St. Louis, MO This summer, I interned at the Pulitzer Arts Foundation in my hometown of St. Louis. The Pulitzer is a small, non-collecting museum that was started in 2001 by Emily Pulitzer, widow of the newsman Joseph Pulitzer’s grandson. An interesting side note: The building is… Continue reading »

Alex Stoddard ’23.5 

Alex Stoddard working.

Beyond Athlete Management, Chicago, IL This summer, I interned with Beyond Athlete Management, a full-service NBA and NFL sports agency. Beyond represents a number of NBA players, including notable players such as Patrick McCaw, Mac McClung and Jae’Sean Tate, as well as numerous overseas professional basketball players. Beyond’s agents strive… Continue reading »

Ruth Laurence ’22

Erie Family Health Centers, Chicago, IL This summer I had the wonderful opportunity of working remotely for Erie Family Health Centers as a Strategy and Marketing Intern. Erie is a group of thirteen FQHC’s (federally qualified health centers) in the Chicago area guided by the mission that healthcare is a… Continue reading »

Caroline Broude ’23

Miami University of Ohio, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Oxford, OH This summer I conducted research in the biomedical engineering field at Miami University of Ohio in the Jones Lab which focuses on the study and synthesis of psychoactive compounds native to psychedelic mushrooms and produced in E. Coli vectors. Molecules… Continue reading »

Allyse Pratt ’22

Hrothgar’s Hoard, New Marshfield, OH This summer I had the honor to work closely with the management of Hrothgar’s Hoard, a small startup on the outskirts of Appalachia dedicated to designing and creating hardwood gaming products that are affordable and accessible. Having grown up in this region and spending a… Continue reading »

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