Three 20-Somethings Try to Understand the Older Generation’s Response to Coronavirus

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Lindsay Ross, Gerontology, Class of 2019 joins colleagues from her past internship site to discuss how older adults are reacting to coronavirus.

Check out this entry to the Borrow My Glasses blog to learn more about their experience!

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James Burnham, Economics and Philosophy, Class of 2019

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James Burnham ’19 made such a great impression as an intern at Travelers Insurance last summer that he will return to the insurance giant after he graduates to begin his career.

The economics and philosophy double major credits his education …

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Internship at Jewish Family Service of Greater New Haven

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I am interning at Jewish Family Service of Greater New Haven.The most interesting thing that I have done so far is working with clients who need help and are food insecure. I think something unexpected that I have been able …

By Marissa Gonsalves
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Bringing Food Security to Campus

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I am currently interning at the Albert Schweitzer Institute as their Food Systems and Sustainability intern. For this internship, I balance community meetings with the Hamden Food Security Task Force with spearheading on campus initiatives to increase access to healthy …

By Erin LeDrew
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Criminal Justice Internship

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My name is Kaitlyn Charton and I am a Junior at Quinnipiac University. I am currently interning at the Federal Public Defenders office in New Haven, CT. Growing up I never imagined myself working for the defending side of the …

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Federal Public Defenders Internship

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I am currently interning at the Federal Public Defenders Office located on Church Street in New Haven, CT. I am finding this to be a great learning experience and am really enjoying being an intern! To date the most interesting …

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Childrens Community Programs

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I am interning at the Children’s Community Programs of CT in New Haven within the therapeutic foster care program. This program works with children from the Department of Children and Families that can no longer be placed with their parents. …

By Kimberly Saunders, Criminal Justice Student
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Liam Richards ’18 – Internship offers unique perspective on power of animal therapy

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Liam Richards ’18 immersed himself in the  Quinnipiac experience — developing practical, hands-on experience throughout his internship work in the College of Arts and Sciences. The New Hampshire native gained tangible experience at Animal Assisted Therapy Services, which provides children and adults with …

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Intern Profile: Tymothee Kelley-Anderson, ’18

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Tymothee Kelley-Anderson ‘18 came to Quinnipiac believing that he would pursue a career in law enforcement — but through his classes and our Presidential Public Service Fellowship, he realized that his passion was instead in criminal justice. As part of the …

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INTERN PROFILE: Lindsay Ross, Gerontology, Class of 2019

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Internship site:

Agency on Aging in New Haven. The Agency on Aging is devoted to providing support to elderly individuals in order to allow them to live as independently as possible.

Responsibilities at the Internship Site:

Currently at the agency …

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