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Delivering Experience

My name is Adyazbeth Barrientos Solis '20, Biology and Health Sciences double major, and aspiring medical provider. I always knew that I wanted to be part of the medical field and an interest in maternity care, but I was not sure what I was aiming to become.

A Social Justice Summer

Starlynn Mendez ’23 spent the summer giving back to Lantinx youth at the same social justice summer camp she attended as a high school student.

Starting Out on the "Write" Foot

My name is Jed Edwards '20 and I'm an English major. For the last three years, I've been a student writer with the Office of Advancement, developing essential skills for my future career.

Polymer Synthesis Internship at Ennis Flint

My name is Emilia Moscoso '20, and I am a senior at Guilford College majoring in Chemistry and Health Science. As an aspiring M.D/Ph.D., my ambition is to combine my background in chemistry and health science, and apply it to the field of medicinal chemistry.

Pop! Whistle! Bang! Goes the Internship!

Elisabeth Marshall ’18 is getting an internship and a show as the Fun Fourth Festival Planning Intern with the Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Program, which centers on better preparing talented college students by offering them leadership development opportunities.

A New Direction

Hi, my name is Anna and I’m a Marketing and Production Intern at WFDD, an National Public Radio affiliate in Winston-Salem. Prior to this internship, I worked with Guilford radio, WQFS 90.9, for three years as on-air talent and concurrently as the programming director.

Jock of All Trades

Tomas Ortega ’20 shares his experience interning as part of 102 Jamz Street Team and how it led to a job after graduation!

Lessons from Teaching

Public Health major and Spanish minor, Laura Quiceno ’20 spent the semester teaching children, and learning from them, at Jones Elementary — gaining confidence, improving her skills, and helping the community.

Coordinator, Mentor, and Leader

My name is H’Lois MLo and I am a 2018 B.S, Accounting graduate of Guilford College with minors in Music and Money and Finance. I am honored to say that I worked with refugees and immigrants coming from all parts of the world within our diverse city of Greensboro, all with the help of the Bonner Scholar Program for Community Service & Learning.

Working with World Pediatric Project

My name is Andrew Orchowsky, and I am a double major, Spanish and Psychology. In addition to my studies: being the co-president of Guilford PRIDE, having a radio show with WQFS, and working at the library keeps me nice and busy! This past summer, I had the honor and privilege of working with an organization in Richmond, Virginia called World Pediatric Project (WPP) as a U.S. Referrals intern. 

An Internship That Delivers

Pennsylvania native Hannah Kaplan ’20 is learning a lot this summer about what it takes to run a place of midwifery and women’s health. “My mom is an OBGYN nurse practitioner,” Hannah says, “so I have always been interested in women’s health and midwifery.”

Radio Journalism Done Write

My name is Beatriz Caldas, and I’m a senior English major, French and Communications minor, and the Editor-in-Chief of the Guilford College student newspaper, The Guilfordian. I had the opportunity last spring to intern with 88.5 WFDD in Winston-Salem, N.C.

A Summer on Capitol Hill

Hello, I'm Colin Ganges '20. This summer I have had the distinct opportunity to be a legislative intern for Congressman Al Green on Capitol Hill. I was fortunate enough to be a Center for Principled Problem-Solving scholar and be provided a stipend to offset some of the expenses in D.C.

A Roaring Summer

My name is Amber Dubois and I had the amazing opportunity to work in the athletic media relations office at Towson University this summer. I am a senior from York, Pennsylvania, and I will be graduating in May with a degree in Sport Management and a minor in Spanish.

Iron-Clad Experiences

My name is Shannon Petsch and my summer was a hole-in-one of a kind! I am from Hellertown, Pennsylvania, and I am about to start my senior year here at Guilford College. (I can’t believe it, either!) I am a Business Administration major with a focus in Sports Marketing and Human Resource Management.

Internship Match Made in Heaven

My summer internship as a Match Grant Intern at Church World Service in downtown Greensboro was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life!

From Brunnenburg to the ’Boro

Zachary Gruenberg spent the spring 2018 semester abroad with one of Guilford’s most popular study abroad programs — Brunnenburg. Regularly listed among the top coolest travel programs in the country, Brunnenburg students live in a 13th-century castle in the Italian Alps.

A Magical Experience

My name is Shannon Petsch '19, Business Administration major! Last spring, I was granted the opportunity of a lifetime: an internship with Walt Disney World through the Disney College Program.

Game Day Replay

My name is Julian Humes '18 and I will be graduating this May with a degree in Business Administration with a minor in Biology. This fall I had the honor of working with one of the prestigious athletic conferences in the United States, the Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC).

French Fusion

Bonjour! My name is Danika Gottbrecht and I am a senior at Guilford College. I major in French and International Studies and minor in German. Last spring, I decided to study abroad in Strasbourg, which sits 6 km from the German border in eastern France. 

Keeping It Civil

William (Bill) McGowan ’17 spent his summer learning that, contrary to popular belief, lawyers and law firms don’t always mean discord.

Committed to Her Calling

An internship is often an exploration of a fun, new interest or a look into a career you’ve never considered. That was not the case for Molly Anne Marcotte ’17 and her work as an intern for the N.C. Coalition Against Sexual Assault. She considers her work a calling and a commitment.

Laying the Groundwork

The Greensboro Swarm doesn’t play its first game until November, but the NBA D-League team has already provided valuable experience for Zach Lindsey ’17 and Joe Metts ’17. Zach and Joe interned this summer with the Swarm, helping the Charlotte Hornets affiliate prepare for its inaugural season.