Week 3:
Adventure on the horizon!


Cornell Fellow in Climate Studies

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute | Woods Hole, Massachusetts

June 10, 2019 | This week I not only able to connect to some of my passions from home, but was also able to take some time to explore the cape. For those of you who know me, soccer has been a major part of my life. During the school year, I play on the Cornell Women’s soccer team and […]

Week 2:
Scoring Practice and Learning PSGs


Dimensions Fellow in Neurology & Medicine

Mayo Clinic Center of Sleep Medicine | Rochester, Minnesota

June 9, 2019 | I spent the whole week practicing scoring techniques of polysomnograms, PSGs because I needed to pass the Gold Standard test next week. Almost all of us worked on the scoring of PSGs and asked questions about how things should be scored. Paul, Tyler, and Thomas were the main lab members who helped us learn scoring […]

Week 2:
Training


Cornell Fellow in Chiropractic

Palmer Center for Chiropractic Research | Davenport, Iowa

June 9, 2019 | In addition to completing Compliance Training last week, I spent a lot of hours of my day reviewing neuroscience material to get myself familiar with terms and mechanisms in neuroanatomy that are necessary for understanding the project I am observing as well as my own project. I also have been reading a lot of scholarly […]

Week 1:
Orientation and Pride Picnic


Cornell Fellow in Youth Services

Youth Services Glenview/Northbrook | Glenview, Illinois

June 9, 2019 | This summer I am a clinical intern for Youth Services of Glenview/Northbrook in Illinois. Youth Services provides a variety of services to the community, including counseling, group therapy, crisis intervention, sex education, summer camp for under-served youth, and LGBTQ+ Pride programming. I learned of this opportunity while researching LGBTQ+ advocacy organizations in the Chicago area. […]

Week 2:
Diligent Descriptive Data


Cornell Fellow in Public Health

Marion Board of Health | Marion, Massachusetts

June 9, 2019 | Following the first week of getting settled and learning the nuances of small-town public health, it was time to complete my first project. This week I was tasked with analyzing the Youth Risk Behavior Survey (YRBS) response data collected by the local Junior and Senior High Schools in March of this past year. The YRBS […]

Week 3:
It’s all in the Details


Cornell Fellow in Legal Immigration Services

Kids in Need of Defense (KIND) | Baltimore, Maryland

June 7, 2019 | This week has been filled with education, laughter and joy. Although I have felt a little home sick, I have been enjoying Baltimore. I was actually quite excited for this week because I finally finished training at the sushi restaurant. After six long days, the managers asked me to do a mock serving. It was a little nerve-racking, but […]

Week 4:
Bop Sh’Bop, You’ll Never Stop The Terror


Slater Fellow in Acting & Performance

Creede Repertory Theatre | Creede, Colorado

June 7, 2019 | Not being able to go to rehearsal was probably the hardest thing I’ve done here at Creede so far. Honestly, because everyone works at the theatre all day; it’s fun. My housing pod was empty, and so I sat in bed reminiscing about Peter, wondering, and hoping that I’d be allowed to perform with everyone […]

Week 1:
Growth


Cornell Fellow in STEAM Education

Generation Teach STEAM Academy | Denver, Colorado

June 7, 2019 | I began my internship with Generation Teach and I am LOVING it! Gen Teach is an organization that provides a fun & educational summer experience for local middle schoolers in Massachusetts, Colorado, and Rhode Island . This program is free to students and works to prevent summer slide in content areas. I am so excited […]

Week 2:
It’s All About The Little Things


Cornell Fellow in Legal Services

Octavia Legal Associates | Madison, Wisconsin

June 6, 2019 | It is crazy to think we are already rounding the corner on our third week of this exciting eight-week adventure.  In the first two weeks of working for Octavia Legal Associates, I have learned a lot. Arguably, the most important thing I have learned so far is that the law is all about the little […]

Week 2:
The Proverbial Office Water Cooler


Cornell Fellow in Immunology Research

Evergrande Center for Immunologic Diseases | Boston, Massachusetts

June 5, 2019 | Life in the lab People are often drawn to the glamour of research. It has a reputation as an intellectually-stimulating line of work where your brain is always churning. And, to be sure, there is some of that. But research has its quiet moments as much as any other job. We label tubes, organize reagents, […]

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