Midwest

Lillian Bushway ’24


Habitat for Humanity, Cedar Rapids, IA This summer I worked with Habitat for Humanity in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. I was a part of the Mobile Response Team, a group of four people whom the state can move anywhere in response to disasters. Although I did not get called anywhere during… Continue reading »

Adrian Moeller ’24


Ann Arbor SPARK, Ann Arbor, MI This summer, I interned as a business development intern at Ann Arbor SPARK, a nonprofit economic development 
organization. SPARK is divided into two divisions—business development and entrepreneurial services. The business 
development team works to advance Ann Arbor’s economy through a diverse set of services… Continue reading »

Owen Foster ’22

Owen Foster '22 on laptop at a beach

Global Livingston Institute, Denver, CO This summer I worked as a digital intern for the Global Livingston Institute (GLI), an amazing non-profit aiming to rethink how the world views international development while educating students and community leaders. Their marquee project is an annual concert series in East Africa where… Continue reading »

Dacia Green ’21

Headshot of Dacia Green '21

Generation Teach, Denver, CO In reflecting on my summer at Generation Teach, even now, I struggle to accurately and sufficiently express my gratitude for this experience. In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, I have begun to experience the full weight of adulthood, and (unfortunately) the costs that come with… Continue reading »

Sam Jocas ’21

Selfie of Sam Jocas '21 with thumbs up

Whole Latte Love Inc., North Canton, OH My internship this summer with Whole Latte Love Inc. (WLLC) has given me insight and experiences that will undoubtedly carry me through future vocational endeavors, as well as general training for post-grad life. Whole Latte Love is a local coffee shop in North… Continue reading »

Ian Pultz-Earle ’21

Ian Pultz-Earle '21 on laptop

Barbara Bollier for Kansas Campaign, Mission, KS This summer, I participated in the Fellowship Program of Barbara Bollier’s Campaign for U.S. Senator from Kansas. Barbara is a Democrat running for a Senate seat that has been red since 1932, and her candidacy has drawn national attention because of her fundraising… Continue reading »

Zaria Roller ’23

Zaria Roller '23 with thumbs up in front of mural

Dane Arts Mural Arts, Madison, WI I spent this summer as a Digital Media/Administrative Assistant for Dane Arts Mural Arts (DAMA), a non-profit mural organization in Madison, Wisconsin. I had volunteered with DAMA in the past, first in their 2016 Summer Youth Institute and again when they designed a mural… Continue reading »

Spencer Brooks ’21

Spencer Brooks '21 in front of Ephraim Williams House plaque

Ohio State University, Department of Linguistics, Columbus, OH This summer, I worked as a research assistant for Dr. Gabriella Modan at the Ohio State University Department of Linguistics. Broadly, Dr. Modan hopes to learn how people understand the word “urban.” The work I did this summer specifically focused on how… Continue reading »

Phillip Pyle ’22

Selfie of Phillip Pyle '22 at desk

Open Road Brands, Kansas City, MO This summer I worked as a remote intern for Open Roads Brands, located in Wichita and Kansas City. The design-focused company works with national brands to license and design products to sell in retail stores across the U.S. They partner with brands such as… Continue reading »

Tommy Coyne ’23

Tommy Coyne '23

SimplyPark, Ltd., Cleveland, OH This summer I had the pleasure of working with SimplyPark in my hometown of Cleveland, Ohio. SimplyPark is a parking payment start-up that aims to revolutionize the parking business. Traditionally, parking payment has been a tedious chore that hinders one’s ability to have an enjoyable parking… Continue reading »