Rising junior Angelica Peña spends the summer working remotely for Harlem Children’s Zone, as the nonprofit readjusts during the pandemic to continue providing educational and other support to underprivileged populations.
The history and Hispanic studies double major enjoys a summer internship on the features desk of the Portland Press Herald. She’s one of 102 students receiving awards through CXD, enabling them to pursue unpaid summer internships.
When a much-anticipated internship at a molecular biology lab at Harvard became impossible due to the pandemic, Casey Chertavian ’22 found an equally fascinating opportunity with a researcher of obsessive-compulsive disorder.
To ensure broad accessibility and the equity in the learning process and universal design advocated by the College’s faculty-led Continuity in Teaching and Learning Group, Bowdoin will issue fully equipped Apple iPad tablets to each student in the coming weeks.
With summertime grants from Bowdoin Career Exploration and Development, Lailoo Perriello ’22 and Eva Verzani ’21 are interning for Reboot Rx, a nonprofit cofounded by a Bowdoin alumna to develop new uses for existing generic drugs.
Ariana Smith ’21 is one of more than 160 students pursuing fellowships this summer. With the help of a Riley Research Award, she’s looking at the racial history of Chicago through the lens of sport and her own family history.
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