Students intern for midterm candidates

Students intern for midterm candidates

In the months leading up to the midterm elections, many students volunteered and interned for candidates across Los Angeles and California. Tali Tufeld ’20 and Griffin Gunn-Meyers ’19, two of the many students who interned for candidates, worked for Katie Hill, now a U.S. Representative-elect for the 25th District, in the time leading up to […]

Peers offer advice for internships, summer opportunities

Peers offer advice for internships, summer opportunities

Students with previous internship experiences led a discussion and gave advice to students interested in summer opportunities today in the Kutler Center as a part of the HW Works internship program. Student panelists Jordan Bedikian ’18, Marie Eric ’18 and Chronicle Sports Assistant Editor Elly Choi ’18 provided suggestions for the application process and seeking initiative. […]

HW Works to co-host workshop

HW Works to co-host workshop

Harvard-Westlake Works and the Kutler Center will co-host an internship workshop for students Wednesday in the Kutler Center at 3 p.m. The workshop will feature a student panel of about four students who will answer questions about how they found their respective internships, why they think internships are beneficial and what they thought about the […]

Plans aren't set in stone

On July 21 at about 5 a.m. I was ready to go, wearing a tired smile and my favorite fleece jacket, with two heaping suitcases at my feet. My plane was bound for Ann Arbor, Mich., where I would be working at a series of internships in the arts. Although I’m a heavy packer in […]

Senior translates multiple languages

Staring at the dull glow of her computer screen, Annie Wasserman ’13 typed away, translating sentence after sentence from French to English, stopping only when she had finished all seven pages. Wasserman worked as a French, Italian, and Spanish translator at the Risk Management Department at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, translating emails […]

Intern helps build mouse brain database

As the only high school intern at UCLA’s Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, Molly Cinnamon ’14 spent her summer conducting and observing experiments that will contribute to neuroscience research. Cinnamon worked closely with Dr. Hong-wei Dong. The internship involved an exploration and mapping of the mouse brain. These images would be put onto a database called […]

Senior builds acoustics models for physics lab

When Head Prefect Michael Wagmeister ’13 contacted physics teacher Antonio Nassar looking for a summer internship, he expected data recording, but instead found himself discussing the Higgs Boson discovery with physics grad students and designing a scale model of an experimental cell. Wagmeister worked at a UCLA Physics research lab with Professor Gary Williams, an […]

Intern helps build mouse brain database

By Lauren Siegel As the only high school intern at UCLA’s Laboratory of Neuro Imaging, Molly Cinnamon ’14 spent her summer conducting and observing experiments that will contribute to neuroscience research. Cinnamon worked closely with Dr. Hong-wei Dong. The internship involved an exploration and mapping of the mouse brain. These images would be put onto […]

Making a fashionable entrance

By Lara Sokoloff Hannah Rosenberg ’11 was filled with pride as her original idea was incorporated into a new piece in designer Katy Rodriguez’s Spring 2010 collection. Having been interested in fashion for years, Rosenberg began working for Rodriguez as an intern in November 2008. Over the summer, Rosenberg focused on completing the Spring 2010 […]