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This summer, Jackson Lesure ’21 is working as an intern with Mastercard, while recent graduate Jake Preston ’20, will begin his full-time employment with the company in August. Lesure is working from his home in Bridgton, Maine on several projects for the payment services company. He is working with other interns to help Mastercard partners

This summer, Emma Consoli ’20 is combining her interests in publishing with her passion for non-profit work as an intern with Kiwimbi International, a charity focused on supporting educational resources in rural Kenya. Both Janet Selover Wulster ’72 and former HWS Trustee Carol Ulmer ’72 serve on the organization’s board. While working remotely, Consoli’s main

Economics and history double major Teresa Kepes ’21 is working this summer as a sales and analytics intern with Bloomberg LP, a global leader in business, media and financial software. In the position, Kepes rotates between the sales and analytics departments and is learning to navigate the Bloomberg Terminal, a financial software system created by

Shayna Riggins ’22 landed an advertising internship at Merkley & Partners in New York City for the summer of 2021. As a Media and Society major and Spanish and Africana Studies double-minor, Riggins believes the position will be “an amazing opportunity for hands-on experience in the advertising industry.” Riggins learned of the opening with help

Katie Kumta ’21 is interning with the New York State Department for Environmental Conservation this summer. In the position, Kumta is responsible for conducting field and lab ecotoxicology work. “I’m mainly monitoring bird development in areas with PFAS (man-made chemical) contamination, as well as doing aquatic invertebrate and fish sampling and identifying, mainly to check

Architectural Studies major Mackenzie Barrall ’22 is interning this summer with the Boston Preservation Alliance, a nonprofit organization that works to protect Boston’s architectural heritage. Barrall is working under the direction of the organization’s assistant director and attending virtual meetings on various projects. Her responsibilities include research and writing about Boston Preservation Alliance protection sites

This summer, Hrithik Biswas ’23 and Zach Rudolph ‘21 have landed internships with Ayco, a Goldman Sachs Company. Their internships are focused in the firm’s financial counseling and wealth management services departments. Over the course of the summer, they will become part of the company’s efforts to develop client-tailored financial solutions. Due to COVID-19, Biswas

Yalemwork Teferra ’21 has landed a position as a summer analyst in the USD Clearing Department at BNP Paribas in New York City. One of the world’s largest banks by total assets, BNP Paribas is a French international banking group operating in 77 countries. Teferra learned about opportunities at BNP Paribas from her classmate Mike Goulart

For the past year, Christina Sieben ’20 has served remotely as the social media marketing and graphic design intern with GLP Films based in Kennebunk, Maine. The company, founded by Hobart alum Rob Holmes ’92, has offered Sieben a position after graduation once business has resumed following Covid-19. A media and society major with a double minor

Maya Striuli ’22 has landed an internship at Bremer Law & Associates in Providence, R.I., a firm specializing in immigration law. Striuli will assist the team’s paralegals as she develops her passion for advocacy and immigration reform. Striuli, who is considering pursuing a law degree after graduation from HWS, sees the internship as an opportunity