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Hannah Doherty '10: Since starting my graduate program at Duke, I am often reminded of the stellar preparation I had with my Environmental Studies degree.
Chen '16 reflects on her summer internship with the Massachusetts Commission Against Discrimination and how it relates to her potential career path.
Allison Cressy: distinguishing between what people say and why, what is really going on, and the significance of the difference between the two is crucial.
Chu Wang ‘13: I learned much more about the Chinese youth civil society than I expected. It was a great experience!
Shreeya Joshi '15: I worked in the Public Affairs Office which dealt with communicating to the public and news media about the EPA.
Mwikali Kioko ‘01: history and the way people have related to each other in the past has a huge role to play in the way they continue to today.
IR student liaison Julia Kellerbauer ’18 adds a touch of home at work
Iman Abubaker '14: I was introduced to the field of environmental governance and policy and made important connections.
Ruilin Fan ’17 and Margaret Stanne ’16: how working in MHC's Archives and Special Collections has impacted their lives.
Sabrina Smith ’17 seeks alumna advice, opportunities, and experience during her internship at the Mount Holyoke College Joseph Allen Skinner Museum.
Aviva Elzufon '10: through my Spanish major I developed the ability for critical, concise, well-written work throughout my post-graduate career.
Mount Holyoke College’s Sophomore Institute receives the 2016 Career Services Excellence Award from NACE.
Jennifer Trehey O'Malley '89: I found surgery was not my life's work, but this thing called research I ended up loving.
Celebrating the first destinations and aspirations of the class of 2017.
Alessandra Geffner-Smith '14: As a MHC student, I gained the academic foundations of my field and the confidence to make valuable professional connections.
Erica Keller ’15: helping other students reach for the stars as a student grader.
Kay Heffernan ’15: giving back to the community that shaped her love for literature.
Nooria Puri: history provided me with the necessary framework to understand a spectrum of subjects, and contemporary issues.
Ashley Kosa ’15: my chemistry background was integral to my internship in art conservation and restoration.
Adrienne Picciotto '16: My internship with the Media Institute for Social Change was one of my most life-changing experiences.
Shannon Lynch FP 16: a once in a lifetime experience, as an intern, I lived on islands with only other researchers and the birds we were trying to protect.
Sara Rashid ’15 and Aladrianne Young ’16 reflect on their work at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.
AnneElizabeth Konkel ‘14: the difference between reading accounts of the Taliban in the classroom & talking face to face with a former Taliban negotiator.
Preparing students to submit their internship applications and apply for Lynk UAF, Mount Holyoke’s universal funding program.
My-Linh Nguyen ’13: my chemistry and french background allowed me to connect with my scientist colleagues at the Embassy.
discusses her internship at the Academy of Television and her plan for career success in the future.
Lyndsey Ingram '2001: my internship was the most meaningful and significant thing that happened at the start of my career.
“Interning is like test-driving. It allows students to choose or eliminate future career options without risking longtime commitment.”
Tenaya Vallery '10: my undergraduate research experiences at MHC were pivotal to my acceptance to Yale.
Elodie Munezero '16: When it comes to the industry, you’re never going to be able to do only what you like.
Diana Katz '12: it's important to keep an open mind, there is no limit to what's possible with a film studies degree from Mount Holyoke College.
A Zin Oo '06: a rigorous curriculum, deeply engaged faculty and an extremely diverse student body pushed me beyond the many learning opportunities here.
Kim Meersma 15: my junior-year summer internship was a large part of why I was able to find a great job so quickly following graduation.
Janet Buhlmann '89: at Pfizer, I work with academic partners helping to translate their discoveries at the bench into novel therapeutics.
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