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Haja Isatu Bah ’21 Mayor’s Delivery Unit, Freetown City Council

Hi! My name is Haja Isatu Bah, and I am a rising junior with a major in Environmental Studies. For the past few weeks, I have had the privilege of working as an intern for the Mayor’s Delivery Unit (MDU), … Continue reading
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Michelle Cohn ’20 Intern with Asian Art Museum

My name is Michelle Cohn ’20 and this summer I joined the curatorial staff at the Asian Art Museum in San Francisco as an intern for the South Asian Arts Department. The Asian Art Museum is an institution working to … Continue reading
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Talha Bin Fahim ’21 Summer Internship at AXA Advisors LLC., Manhattan, New York City, NY.

  My name is Talha Bin Fahim. I am a rising junior from Pakistan pursuing a Business-Economics double major. This summer began with me working in New York city working for one of the world’s largest financial corporations: AXA. For … Continue reading
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Lucy Beizer, 2019, Botanika Studios, Budapest

For my summer funded experience, I interned at Botanika, a natural dye studio and shop in Budapest, Hungary.  I found this internship by searching for natural dyers on the internet and sending out emails expressing my interest in an internship.  … Continue reading
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Emilia Eberwein ’19 Interns with the National Museum of Dance in Saratoga Springs, NY

My name is Emilia Eberwein, and I am a recent grad from Skidmore, where I majored in Dance and minored in both Arts Administration and Business. Friday marked my last day working at the National Museum of Dance as their … Continue reading
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Finding Ways to get Exercise While Abroad

By student assistant Alena Larsen I enjoy exercising a few times a week. While I was abroad in Brazil and Vietnam, I found it slightly challenging to find places to exercise given that I was living with host-families and my... Continue Reading →
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Best Brunches in D.C.

By student assistant Rachel McPherson After a busy week of interning and taking classes, Saturday and Sunday mornings always involved sleeping late and grabbing brunch in the city. It was the perfect way to catch up with friends and enjoy... Continue Reading →
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How I matched Madrid with my Major

Hello Skidkids! Thinking about going abroad? Good! But are you worried about how it will work with your major? Totally natural. Deciding to study off-campus for a semester or two is a wonderful decision, but it takes a lot of... Continue Reading →
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The Stars Shine Brightest in Bathurst

As part of the study abroad program I came with to Australia, I spent a weekend on a farm in Bathurst. I was looking forward to this trip as a chance to get away from the hustle and bustle of... Continue Reading →
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Tips! How to Prepare for Studying Off-Campus

By student assistant Christina Pavlaki ’19 Dear study-abroad applicants, You will soon be hearing back from your study abroad program! If you find out that your off-campus experience will be somewhere cooler than Saratoga Springs, you will want to start... Continue Reading →
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