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February 08, 2019 3:42PM
FYF Michael Nachman

As a First-Year Fellow, Michael Nachman’21 interned at the District of Columbia Superior Court under the mentorship of Jennifer Chandler ’82. The following is an excerpt from his final report.

This summer, I worked as a judicial intern at the District of Colombia Superior Court in the Chambers of the Honorable Judge Berk. Judge Berk was assigned to the felony calendar at the this summer. This job encompasses not only overseeing trials, but also administering arraignments,...

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February 08, 2019 3:37PM
FYF Michale Morck

As a First-Year Fellow, Michael Morck ’21 interned at the Office of U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand under the mentorship of Kirsten Gillibrand ’88. The following is an excerpt from his final report.

This summer, I interned at the Office of Senator Gillibrand whose goal is to communicate the concerns and wants of the constituents of New York State to the rest of Congress. As she drafts legislation and considers bills both in committee and on the floor, she reviews the...

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February 08, 2019 3:31PM
FYF Max Mickenberg

As a First-Year Fellow, Max Mickenberg ’21 interned at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget under the mentorship of Cathy Solomon ’81. The following is an excerpt from his final report.

This summer, I interned at the Committee for a Responsible Federal Budget (CRFB). CRFB is a nonpartisan and non-profit organization that focuses on educating and communicating with the public and Congress about fiscal policy. The CRFB’s mission is to analyze economic policy to better...

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February 08, 2019 3:26PM
FYF Maggie Flaherty

As a First-Year Fellow, Maggie Flaherty ’21 interned at the League of Conservation Voters (LCV) under the mentorship of Tiernan Sittenfield ’96. The following is an excerpt from her final report.

This summer, I interned at the League of Conservation Voters (LCV). LCV is an environmental advocacy group that works to elect pro-environment candidates to office and hold all elected officials accountable for their votes and actions. They advocate for sound environmental laws and...

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February 08, 2019 3:21PM
FYF Maddie Sach

As a First-Year Fellow, Maddie Sach ’21 interned at the Office of U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand under the mentorship of Kirsten Gillibrand ’88. The following in an excerpt from her final report.

This summer, I interned in the Office of Senator Kirsten Gillibrand who represents the constituents of New York State through constituent services, casework, and legislation. Essentially, the Senator works to translate the views of her constituents into policy by sitting on...

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February 08, 2019 3:13PM
FYF Levi Roseman

As a First-Year Fellow, Levi Roseman ’21 interned at the U.S. Department of Education under the mentorship of Lauren Kennedy ’02. The following in an excerpt from his final report.

This summer, I worked in the U.S. Department of Education. In broad terms, the Department of Education is responsible for implementing all executive education policy on a national level. More specifically, I worked in the Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE), and, even more specifically, I...

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February 08, 2019 10:26AM
19W Public Program Chris Rudd

On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, human-centered designer and community organizer Chris Rudd spoke at the Nelson A. Rockefeller Center, delivering a lecture and presentation on the intersection between design and juvenile justice reform. The founder of ChiByDesign, a Chicago-based human-centered design firm, Rudd said he aims to see and shape a better world. 

Rudd’s interest in social justice began with his parents’ activism. “I grew up going to picket lines and strikes,” he said. “The...

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February 07, 2019 11:27AM
FYF Jessica McDermott

As a First-Year Fellow, Jessica McDermott ’21 interned at the Congressional Research Service under the mentorship of Mary Beth Nikitin ’96. The following is an excerpt from her final report.

I interned at the Congressional Research Service (CRS), Congress’s “think tank.” I worked in the Foreign Affairs, Defense, and Trade Division (FDT). CRS was created in 1914 to provide authoritative, confidential, objective, and nonpartisan information to committees and Members of both the...

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February 07, 2019 11:14AM
FYF Jared Cape

As a First-Year Fellow, Jared Cape ’21 interned at the Office of U.S. Congresswoman Anne McLane Kuster under the mentorship of Ann McLane Kuster ’78. The following is an excerpt from his final report.

I interned at the Office of Congresswoman Kuster which represents and serves the New Hampshire District 2 constituents. This includes voicing constituents’ thoughtful concerns and opinions, taking legislative action in the best interest of the district, and assisting...

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February 06, 2019 4:33PM
PBPL ENGS modified major

Modified majors are a popular option for Dartmouth students. Intended to fit the needs of a student who has a definite interest in the major department, but whose interests cannot be fulfilled in one singular department, these majors exemplify what a liberal arts degree is all about.

Tyler Baum ’20 and Hunter Cohen ’20 are each a great example of how a modified major works perfectly for their career goals. Cohen knew he was interested in working at an engineering company but did not...

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