Applying to an Internship: A Guide from an Intern Coordinator

Having gone from being an intern to being hired to manage my company’s internship program within the matter of a few months, I have been on both sides of the application process in recent history.

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A Marriage of Two Disciplines: Nancie Petrucelli’s Career in Genetic Counseling

When Nancie (Walden) Petrucelli, ’92, came to Hillsdale, she planned to become a veterinarian. She quickly declared her biology major and focused on achieving her goal until a well-timed class schedule opened her eyes to an entirely different career.

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The Inner Workings of Boats and Businesses

For Emma Kendro, ’16, what started as a summer job in the Bay Harbor area of Northern Michigan became a post-graduation career.

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Research as Tough as Diamonds: A Liberal Arts Approach to Engineering

Viktor Rozsa, ’14, studied the great books under Dr. Jackson and classics with Dr. Hutchinson. His summers, however, he spent researching geophysics and molecular behavior in extreme conditions.

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Broadening the Mind

“Part of a liberal arts education is understanding history and heritage,” Aaron said. “That is no different for psychology than it is for any other discipline.”

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From Butterfly House to Biology Lab

“I owe my career to my mother. When I was in high school, she encouraged me to get a job at a butterfly house,” says Ben Proshek, ’07.

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Wrestling with the Everlasting Questions

Megan Lacy, ’07, graduated with a major in history and a minor in French before pursuing a degree in law at the University of Virginia.

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Counting Sheep (and Caribou) in Alaska

Apart from the cold and snow, it would seem Hillsdale and an Alaska survival show have little in common. But Hillsdale alumna Erin Julianus, ’08, has a connection to both.

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From Fashion to Automotive

Alumna Rachel Fernelius, ’15, has taken on work in both the fashion and car industries, and to her surprise, she prefers the latter.

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Theories of Persuasion

As an incoming freshman at Hillsdale College, Rob Schlitts’s ’06 career dreams were far from a phonathon company.

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Spreading Joy Through Education

Soon after graduating, Rachel Basinger began teaching at Providence Classical School. Her path to becoming a teacher, however, was not a conventional one.

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Walking With A Purpose

For Hannah Blazek, ’16, the emphasis placed on developing professional skills in pageantry helped transform a shy, six-foot redhead into a confident leader.

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