Winter interns work through break
Imagine a winter break spent exploring a potential future career.
The Winternship initiative allows students to do just that. With the stipends that it offers, students can travel the globe working in schools, health clinics, nonprofit organizations and corporate settings.
The Filene Center for Academic Advising and Career Services launched the program in 2013 with funding from the Nancy Lyon Porter ’43 Community Service Fellowship program, the Blakely Fetridge Bundy ’66 Work and Learning Fellowship, and the Talanian Family Work & Learning Fellowship.
This year, the program provided stipends for 19 students to act on their interests with short-term internships.
- Elizabeth Burrill ’16, Massachusetts Department of Children and Families
- Claire Crawbuck ’16, San Juan Island National Historical Park
- Kyle Diangkinay ’17, Baruch College Sports Information Department
- Roger Freeman ’19, SoHo Photo Gallery
- Emma Garcelon ’18, Arthur Fink Photography
- Nykia Leach ’17, Youth and Family Services of Haddam-Killingsworth
- Julia Lisi ’18, Agahozo-Shalom Youth Village
- Braden Marstaller ’18, Keller Williams Realty
- Emma-Kate Metsker ’17, Andra Birkerts Design
- Allison Meyette ’18, Old Slater Mill
- Alessandra Mistri ’18, Riverdale Country School
- Rebecca Olivieri ’18, Physical Therapy of Norton
- Emma Wynne ’18, New Bedford Art Museum/Art Works!
- Ning Rong Yan ’19, Tri Upward Bound Program at Pace University