“HPED definitely has taught me a lot of things during these past several weeks and I will take this passion and dedication to helping communities with me as I continue forward in my career path.” – Margaret Chen. Read more here!
Potential Classics major, David Ly, spent his summer as a Development Intern at the National Museum of American Jewish History. Hear from him about the highlights of this experience in this blog post!
“The total immersion in another country and culture is remarkable, and I have enjoyed every aspect of this experience… This internship has allowed me to appreciate the vast opportunities available in the practice of medicine and have a better sense of a doctor’s work behind the scenes.” – Read more from Anna-Sophia Capizzi’s summer at the University Clinic of Navarra in Spain.
“Hello from Philadelphia(ish)! This summer I am spending 9 weeks commuting from Haverford to Philly, where I’m working as an Environmental Analyst Intern at Magnolia, an environmental startup that provides ecological offsets through the sale of compensatory mitigation credits.” Hear more About Abby Singer’s summer so far HERE!
“Working at WEST has been a very rewarding experience, and in the rest of the summer, I hope to continue learning new things and meeting new people!” – Silvia Lang ’21
“Hello everyone! My name is Keishla Sanchez ’22. This summer I will be interning at Weisman Medical Daycare and Outpatient Care in my hometown—Pennsauken, New Jersey!”
“ESI has also made it a priority to expose their interns to a number of different data sources and analytical tools… This is an incredibly valuable experience as the vast majority of what we have been taught has been helpful on a day to day basis at ESI and will surely be helpful in my future job search.” – Peter Baroff ’20. Read more about his summer experience so far here!
“Thought experiment: can you name even one local elected official that represents you and the town you are from? For most people reading this post, I would bet the answer to that question to be a regretful no.” – Johnluca Fenton ’21. Read more here!