Tahmid Rahman’17 spent the summer as a Software Engineering Intern at Infineon Technologies North America in Cambridge, MA. His main task involved coding and creating application. For more information, email Tahmin’17.
Tahmid Rahman’17 spent the summer as an Instructor at MIT Steam Summer Institute in Cambridge, MA. He taught math and science to gifted and underprivileged middle school students. If you’re interested in learning more, email Tahmid’17.
Quinn Freedman’19 spent the summer as an Intern at Friday Harbor Labs (FHL), a marine lab run by University of Washington based in Friday Harbor, WA. Quinn worked primarily on 3D modeling. If you’re interested in learning more, email Quinn’19.
Katherine Hannah’17 spent the summer as a Student at Dulce University in Madrid, Spain. She took courses in Spanish. For more information, email Katherine’17.
Lydia Bailey’16 spent the summer as an Editorial Intern at the American Society of Magazine Editors and worked especially for Men’s Fitness in New York, NY. Lydia worked on social media platform, wrote columns and articles as well as managing digital contacts. For more information, email Lydia’16.
Seth Stancroff’19 spent the summer as an Intern at NachtLaw P.C. in Ann Arbor, MI. He primarily administered tasks and correspondence, among other responsibilities. For more information, email Seth’19.
Shana Herman’19 spent the summer as a Faculty Assistant for The Green Schools Alliance (Student Climate and Conservation Congress) at the National Conservation Training Center in Shepherdstown, WV. She helped facilitate discussions among student fellows, ran dorm check-ins, introduced speakers and other managing tasks. For more information, email Shana’19.
Geoffrey Shepard’16 spent the summer as a Researcher at University of Chicago’s MMUF (Mellon Mays Undergraduate Fellowship) Summer Research Training Program in Chicago, IL. He primarily attended classes and wrote research proposals. For more information, email Geoffrey’16.
Jackson Hart’17 spent the summer as an Intern at Northern Nevada International Center in Reno, NV. He primarily worked with international visitors. For more information, email Jackson’17.