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Aviva Elzufon '10: through my Spanish major I developed the ability for critical, concise, well-written work throughout my post-graduate career.
Sara Rashid ’15 and Aladrianne Young ’16 reflect on their work at the Mount Holyoke College Art Museum.
Ashley Kosa ’15: my chemistry background was integral to my internship in art conservation and restoration.
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.
IR student liaison Julia Kellerbauer ’18 adds a touch of home at work.
Lyndsey Ingram '2001: my internship was the most meaningful and significant thing that happened at the start of my career.
Kiana Lussier '13: It is exhilarating to feel passionate about your field of work and study! MHC Geography helped me put my career path in motion.
Sabrina Smith ’17 seeks alumna advice, opportunities, and experience during her internship at the Mount Holyoke College Joseph Allen Skinner Museum.
Erica Keller ’15: leading other students to reach for the stars in her job as a student grader.
Celebrating the first destinations and aspirations of the class of 2017.
Adrienne Picciotto '16: My internship with the Media Institute for Social Change was one of my most life-changing experiences.
Preparing students to submit their internship applications and apply for Lynk UAF, Mount Holyoke’s universal funding program.
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.
Mount Holyoke College’s Sophomore Institute receives the 2016 Career Services Excellence Award from NACE.
Ruilin Fan ’17 and Margaret Stanne ’16: how working in MHC's Archives and Special Collections has impacted their lives.
Elodie Munezero '16: "When it comes to the industry, you’re never going to be able to do only what you like."
My-Linh Nguyen ’13: my chemistry and french background allowed me to connect with my scientist colleagues at the Embassy.
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