Samuel Liu ’23

Samuel Liu working.

WorldCare International, Boston, MA This summer I worked as a clinical operations intern at WorldCare International Inc., a company that provides expert second medical opinions to those who have been diagnosed with a critical illness, often one that is a complex and rare disease. For the past 26 years, WorldCare… Continue reading »

Sarah McGinn ’24

Sarah McGinn with a fellow intern.

Temple University, Temple Infant and Child Lab, Philadelphia, PA This summer, I worked as an intern at the Temple University Infant and Child Lab in Philadelphia. I worked as a data collector on the Play Streets/Playful Learning research project, which has been running for several years. The project was to… Continue reading »

Erinn McKenzie ’23

Erinn McKenzie at Access Theater.

Access Theater, New York, NY This summer I worked remotely and in-person with supervisors Laura Lee ’17 and Jackie Christy at Access Theater. When remote, I would do a lot of tasks catered toward Jackie’s passion project film, Magic Hour. I learned so much from this, especially about the intricacies… Continue reading »

Annika Brockman ’24

Annika Brockman in a virtual meeting.

WorldCare International, Boston, MA This summer I worked with WorldCare, a company that connects people with medical second opinions (MSOs) after a life-threatening, long term, complex diagnosis. If your employee offers WorldCare as a benefit, you have access to their clinical operations team as well as their consortium of experts. Continue reading »

Elijah Parks ’23

Elijah Parks working on lighting.

Coordinate Studios, Washington, D.C. This summer was full of excitement and learning opportunities during my internship with Coordinate Studios in their Washington, D.C., and New York City locations. Working at the best musical and production studio in the nation’s capital allowed me to face challenges that led to me building… Continue reading »

Ellia Chiang ’25

Ellia Chiang in the lab.

Boston Children’s Hospital, Neurosurgery Department, Boston, MA This summer, I worked at Boston Children’s Hospital in the Benowitz Lab, which focuses on optic nerve regeneration. In the central nervous system, optic nerve regeneration and growth is extremely limited after traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, strokes and degenerative diseases. The… Continue reading »

Justin Piccininni ’24

Justin Piccinni working.

Access Theater, New York, NY “Access Theater is a small, nonprofit theater space operating out of Tribeca” … a sentence I’ve written many times over the course of my wonderful internship at Access. Over two months, I worked with Williams alumna Laura Lee ’17 and Access Theater founder Jackie Christy… Continue reading »

Daniella Franco-Romo ’25

Daniella Franco-Romo at The Motherhood Center

The Motherhood Center of New York, New York, NY The Motherhood Center of New York is dedicated to treating mothers struggling with perinatal mood and anxiety disorders that offers an outpatient program and a partial hospitalization program for more acute patients who may still need the care a day program… Continue reading »

Bálint Szőllősi ’23

Balint Szollosi posing with the product.

Ecotone Renewables, Pittsburgh, PA My undergraduate journey, having taken two, non-consecutive gap years, is an unconventional one. Thus, this summer marked the first time in six years that I joined a small team of professionals as a summer intern. And so, I spent the past roughly three months working for… Continue reading »

Allison Geis ’24

Allison Geis working.

Access Theater, New York, NY This summer I had the opportunity to work remotely for Access Theater, a small, nonprofit organization that aims to support emerging artists and uplift diverse voices. Access Theater produces original work as well as reimagined classics. They also support artists in the community by serving… Continue reading »