Story-writing intern brings ideas together
As part of her environmental studies capstone, Julia Chamberland has been writing stories for Minnesota Upstream.
MacConnect: Washington, D.C.
Over spring break, a group of students explored social science careers in Washington, D.C., with MacConnect.
Vehicles for Change
Ellie Hohulin '19 looks back on her academic and professional journey so far, including civic engagement at Macalester and beyond.
Helping businesses tell their story
Ethan Hyslop '23 has been a strategy intern at the Superhuman Agency since the summer of his junior year.
Supporting Youth Development with Sense and Sensitivity
At Macalester, Joselyn Angeles-Figueroa ’21 discovered her passion for working with kids. A year later, she’s working to support community-centric youth development across the country.
Helping veterans in Minneapolis
Helen Frieman turned an internship at the Minneapolis Veterans Affair into a job after graduation.
Connecting Ukrainians to US Employers
Two students aim to connect refugees to work in the United States.
Micro internships, macro experiences
Students solve a problems presented by their community partners with help from alumni volunteers
Putting classroom knowledge to work
Last fall, in both hybrid and remote positions, Macalester students interned at companies, nonprofits, and startups across the Twin Cities and beyond.
Exploring career interests
Through an internship grant program at Macalester, students were able to explore career interests at a number of places, in the Twin Cities and around the world.
Exploring the Startup Ecosystem
MacNest summer interns are leaning in and making things happen at Twin Cities startups.
Printing a Better Way to Land on the Moon
Kayla Schang worked with a team at NASA to make landing on other planets easier.
Every summer the Macalester Summer Internship Grant supports students while they work
A Force for Good: Mac Project Corps
Virtual student teams brought a liberal arts perspective to solving problems at local businesses, nonprofits, and start-ups.
Mixing liberal arts with investment banking
Theo Nsereko brings his liberal arts experience to Wall Street.