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Tyler Pierson ’21 accepts position at one of the world’s largest financial services institutions, Prudential Financial. Graduating with a major in economics and a minor in entrepreneurial studies, Tyler Pierson ’21 will begin working as a financial advisor for Prudential. Serving clients worldwide, the financial service firm provides life insurance, health insurance, retirement and other

Robert Leonhardt ’21 Lands Post at Fidelity Investments. Economics major and media and society minor Robert Leonhardt ’21 accepted a position as a financial representative in the retail sector for Fidelity Investments. In this role, Leonhardt will work in a client-facing capacity. Leonhardt says he found himself drawn to finance from the moment he came

Graduating magna cum laude in biology with a minor in economics, Amelia Smith ’21 has landed an internship with the House of Representatives Committee on Natural Resources, where she hopes to affect environmental policy on Capitol Hill.

Samuel Mason ’21 served as a digital marketing intern for Hudson Sutler. Samuel Mason ’21 landed a position as a digital marketing intern for Hudson Sutler, a high-end travel and lifestyle brand that sells bags and travel accessories. A history major and writing and rhetoric minor, Mason’s passion for photography and marketing steered him to

After graduation, Rachel Meller ’21 will join Merkley + Partners as a Social Coordinator.  After interning with the advertising firm Merkley + Partners last summer, Rachel Meller ’21 leveraged the experience and landed a full time position with the firm as a Social Coordinator. In her new role, Meller will be a liaison for many Merkley + Partners teams,

Isabelle Foisy ’22 begins a finance internship at the mathematics computing software company in May. At MathWorks, which specializes in data analytics and simulation, economics major Isabelle Foisy ’22 is looking forward to a “comprehensive understanding of the fundamentals of finance and how it fits into business operations.” MathWorks, which develops mathematical computing software for scientists,

In conjunction with the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education, Paine Lake Global founder Robert Philips ’88 invites students to apply for a summer program to learn about hotel and Airbnb management. Students interested in hotel and Airbnb management are invited to apply for summer internships with Paine Lake Global, a company that assists

The Center for Global Education and the Salisbury Center for Career, Professional and Experiential Education now offer opportunities for remote international internships for eligible students. Hundreds of students had their study abroad experiences cut short or cancelled in 2020 because of the coronavirus pandemic. With social distancing and quarantine protocols still in place for the

HWS alums working in the competitive entertainment and media industries in New York City met with students who are exploring the fields through a three-day career exploration and networking event. During winter break, more than a dozen Hobart and William Smith students participated in the Behind the Scenes program in New York City. Due to

Kidus Asmare Ayele’ 23 will join UnitedHealth Group as a technological development intern this summer. With a strong academic background in computer science, Kidus Asmare Ayele ’23 will begin a 10-week internship with UnitedHealth Group in Raleigh, N.C., in June. Working on a team of eight summer interns in the company’s software engineering group, Ayele