Announcing the 2017 Internship Award recipients

Thirteen DU students will be hard at work in wide range of fields in communities across the globe this summer.  Career & Professional Development would like to congratulate the following students as recipients of DU’s summer internship awards:

  • Benjamin McAllister, Wisconsin Division of Criminal Investigation
  • Andrew Carey, Interactive Marketing Intern at The Orchard, a subsidiary of Sony Music
  • Mary Storz, Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center
  • Carrie Hicks, University of New Mexico and the curator for the Museum of Southwestern Biology, Division of Mammals, Dr. Joseph Cook
  • Chloe King, MicroTek Industries – molecular biomedical researcher
  • Dakota Hodgin, Botanic Gardens -archival research
  • Sarah Rowse, Laboratory to Combat Human Trafficking (LCHT) -Leadership Development Program as the Research Intern
  • Athena Wilkinson, Evergroove recording studio
  • Della Turque-Henneberger, Shadhika Project
  • Lexus Girard, UNILA (Universitas Lampung)
  • Claire Caviglia, General Service Intern at the General Consulate of the United States in Shanghai, China
  • Melissa Shambach, Austrian Baptist Aid
  • Maria Rios-Gomez, Maximo Nivel – medical internship in Peru

This award helps students offset the expense that comes with unpaid internships. If you have an unpaid internship and are an undergraduate please apply for next year’s award – application goes live in January. Congratulations again to these students. We know you will make the DU community proud!

By Rebecca Damas
Rebecca Damas Assistant Director, Internship and Career Advisor