Zain Tirmizi '21, a chemistry major, interned at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, Massachusetts. Photo by Avanell Brock
Jullia Pham '20, a psychology major, interned at Coach in New York, New York.
Evan Crumb '21, a history and political science double major, and Sienna Ablorh '21, a history and psychology double major with a concentration in Africana studies, both interned at Moreno Law Offices in Worcester, Massachusetts.
Erin Kinney '20, a biology major with a minor in environmental studies, interned at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, Georgia.
Nicholas Moore '21, a history major, interned at the United States Department of Justice, Environmental & Natural Resources Division in Washington, D.C.
Maegan Moriarty '21, a Spanish major with a concentration in Latin American, Latinx and Caribbean studies, interned at PepsiCo in Harrison, New York.
Adeline McCullough '21, a biology major with a minor in studio art, interned at Mass Audubon Joppa Flats Education Center in Newburyport, Massachusetts.
Timothy Nsubuga '20, a physics major with a minor in geoscience, interned at Purdue University Department of Physics in West Lafayette, Indiana.
Paulina Martin '21, a history major with a concentration in peace and conflict studies, interned at the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women in Boston, Massachusetts.
Anh Nguyet Phan '21, a biology major, interned at Dana Farber Cancer Institute/Harvard Cancer Center in Boston, Massachusetts.
Dillon Hart '20, a sociology major, interned at the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, & Explosives in Washington, D.C.
Samantha Sweet '21, an economics and theater double major, interned at the Boston Ballet in Boston, Massachusetts.
Caitlin Tzimorotas ‘21, a sociology major, interned at HGTV Magazine in New York, New York.
Gillary Garcia ‘20, a biology major, interned at MSPCA at Nevins Farm in Methuen, Massachusetts.
Daniel Mendez '20, a computer science and physics double major, interned at the American Mathematical Society in Providence, Rhode Island.
Hannah Ciullo ‘20, a psychology major, interned at Smiles by Doctor Santos in Stafford Township, New Jersey.
Sarah Anderson '20, an English major with a minor in religious studies and a concentration in creative writing, interned at NIC + ZOE in Natick, Massachusetts.
To the perennial question “How did you spend your summer vacation?” the answer for over 200 Holy Cross students was learning more about future careers and gaining out-of-the-classroom experience through summer internships.
Students in a range of majors spent their summers exploring careers in a variety of fields, including finance, fashion, media, insurance, non-profit, healthcare, law, government, public relations, advertising, publishing, marketing, production, real estate, environment and wildlife, arts administration, education and technology.
Before summer began, the Center for Career Development helped the students write resumes and cover letters, practice interviews and find the perfect internship. Plus, out of the internship pool, 103 students received funding through the Crusader Internship Fund, which supports students in unpaid internships.
Watch how three students — Julia, Zain and Julianna — used their summer internships to pursue their passions and develop career-related skills outside the classroom.
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