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.
Each summer through MacNest, 10 students learn what it's like to work at an emerging company.
Risk and Reward
Maddy Kennard structures her internship at a start-up in downtown Minneapolis, just seven miles from campus.
Interning at the Minnesota Department of Health
Three miles from campus, Jack analyzes food recovery and commuter trends at the Minnesota Department of Health.
St. Paul Storyteller
As an intern with the St. Paul Neighborhood Network, Mai Moua Thao ‘22 helped produce documentaries about the local community.
Cleaning Up Industry
Jose Perez '22 spent his summer interning with the Guatemalan Center of Cleaner Production.
Serving with the Red Crescent
For her summer internship, Karinna Gerhardt ‘20 is working with the Red Crescent on public health campaigns in Jordan.
Empowering Women in Palestine
Donia Kraishi '21 is spending the summer working on two projects for the United Nations.
Alexander Young Williams ‘20 is getting a taste of government life this summer through his internship at the U.S. Embassy in Benin.
Capitol Internship A Bus Ride Away
Ximena Silva-Avila found her internship with Senator Torres Ray easy to get to and full of life lessons.
Learning on the Job
Mac students take advantage of the hundreds of internship opportunities in the Twin Cities to gain real-world skills and experience.
Learning at startup Beta
Ethan Moskal interned for semester at a startup in Minneapolis, a short bus ride from campus.
Learning at the Federal Reserve Bank
Jensen Vu put both his majors, economics and philosophy, to work during his internship at the Federal Reserve Bank, about 10 miles from campus.