Kenyon students are back on the Hill after a summer of tackling challenging internships, engaging in volunteer work and immersing themselves in unfamiliar cultures. From writing jokes at Funny or Die in Los Angeles to interning in domestic policy at the White House to studying bioarchaeology in Greece, here is a sample of students’ experiences in the arts, business, public service and sciences.
Audrey Davis ’15, intern, Funny or Die, Los Angeles, Calif.
Amy Sheahan ’17, intern and workshop leader, Vermont Festival of the Arts, Waitsfield, Vt.
Meredith Bentsen ’15, summer fellow, Hill+Knowlton Strategies, New York City
Michael Colonnetta, intern, Chatham Asset Management, New York City
Evan Frazier ’17, intern, myCIO Wealth Partners, Philadelphia
Erin McKinney ’15, Irish language student, National University of Ireland, Galway
Anna Berger ’15, intern, United Nations Refugee Agency, Budapest, Hungary
Linnéa Bergman ’16, government affairs and public relations intern, O’Neill & Associates, Boston
Meaghan Brennan ’15 and Johanna Klinman ’15, teaching assistants, Center for Talented Youth Summer Program, Haverford, Pa.
Eric Chu ’17, intern, EducationSuperHighway, San Francisco
Ines Forjaz de Lacerda ’17, public relations intern, Ogilvy & Mather, Portugal
Maggie Griffin ’17, teacher, The Pittsburgh Project, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Jacob Hegge ’15, domestic policy council intern, White House, Washington D.C.
Leah Hindel ’15, intern, Food & Water Watch, Durham, N.C.
Ashlyn Johnson ’15, intern, Children’s Crisis Treatment Center, Philadelphia
Manny Loley ’16, Tribal Relations Coordinator intern, Teach for America, New Mexico
Deborah Malamud ’17, intern, Bet Tzedek, Los Angeles
Stewart Pollock ’16, administrative intern, Education Pioneers, Houston
Sruthi Rao ’16, intern, U.S. Embassy, Trinidad and Tobago, Spain
Rebecca Varnell ’15, intern, Annunciation House, El Paso, Texas
Emma Welsh-Huggins ’17, Environmental Steward intern, Mayor’s Office, Columbus, Ohio; intern, Mindset Digital, Columbus, Ohio
Han Zaw ’16, intern, Berger Hirschberg Strategies, Washington, D.C.
Daniel Cebul ’17, research intern, Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center, Wooster, Ohio
Hannah Ewing ’16, student researcher and volunteer, Mathiesen Memorial Health Clinic, Jamestown, Calif.
Katie Finnigan ’15, student researcher, Early Identification Program , Washington University, St. Louis
Charlotte Leblang ’16, animal lab operating room technician, Harvard Medical School, Boston
Jennifer Seely ’16, bioarchaeology student researcher, University College London, Greece
Zoe Smith ’15, student researcher, Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Center for ADHD, Cincinnati, Ohio
Maria Sorkin ’16, plant biotechnology intern, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C.
Emily Bulik-Sullivan ’16, student researcher in microbiology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jonathan Sun ’16, platform development intern, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia
Jordan Quintin ’18, intern, Infectious Disease Clinic at Boston’s Children’s Hospital; intern, the Next Mile Project, Boston
In addition, nearly 50 students remained on campus conducting research as Summer Scholars.