Tag: internships

Student Internship Stories: Tima Dasouki (CAS’22), Office of Senator Elizabeth Warren

CCD: Tell us about your experience. What were your responsibilities? TD: I was a policy intern at Senator Elizabeth Warren's Boston Office. My main responsibilities were conducting outreach with the Senator's constituents, authoring weekly briefings to keep the Senator's office informed on local legislative issues and delivering administrative support with data coordination, document management, material ...

Student Internship Stories: Darren Liu (CAS’22), Stanford School of Medicine

CCD: Tell us about your experience. What were your responsibilities? DL: Every summer, I volunteer in a bioinformatics lab (Salzman Lab) close by to my home. Responsibilities change from year to year, but generally, I get assigned to a grad student or a research assistant and help them with their projects. General responsibilities include writing ...

Student Internship Stories: Brigid Kane (COM’22) Katch Media

CCD: Tell us about your experience. What were your responsibilities? BK: I was a media genome analyst with Katch Media. My responsibilities included watching and analyzing movies in order to code them via the Katch Media Genome, rating movies on the Katch App to provide feedback on functionality and reliability, and participating in focus groups ...

Student Internship Stories: Anna Pham (COM’21), MuddHouse Media

CCD: Tell us about your experience. What were your responsibilities? AP: In summer 2020, I had the pleasure of working as an intern at MuddHouse Media, a podcast startup company created by incredibly talented people! We had shows that included Tanya Holland, Kevin Youkilis, and more—Adam Sandler even starred in one of the episodes! My ...

When Your Internship Isn’t What You Expected

No matter how prepared you are, it could happen to you. It’s the second day of your internship. You aced the interview process and were all set for a great experience. However, you have already found that your internship is not what you expected it to be. Maybe you don’t have as much autonomy as ...

Taking Advantage of Employer Recruitment

Did you know that many employers recruit BU students during the academic year? It’s true. On-campus employer visits and virtual employer info sessions are a great resource you don’t want to miss. Check Handshake regularly—as well as the Center for Career Development’s events calendar—for all upcoming employer events. Perhaps you think that this is something ...

Why People Skills Matter

Martha Brill shares a few tips to demystify what people skills are, how you can gain them, and how to talk about them as you pursue internships and jobs.