My name is Destini Clark and I am a rising junior from New Jersey. I am majoring in Public Policy Studies with an Economic Policy Pathway and am earning a certificate in Markets and Management Studies. This summer, I interned at Gruccio Financial Services in Vineland, New Jersey as a financial operations intern and then packed my bags to head to Switzerland for Duke in Geneva!
I’m Lola and I’m a rising senior pursuing an interdepartmental major in Psychology and History, alongside a certificate in Markets & Management Studies. For the past 10 weeks, I’ve been interning at Bank of America Merrill Lynch’s Global Transaction Services (GTS) division in Large Corporate Healthcare Sales, providing working capital solutions to pharmaceutical, biotech, and health insurance corporations making +$2B in revenue per annum.
My name is Elise Brown. I am a rising junior pursuing a major in Computer Science, a minor in Finance, and a certificate in Markets & Management Studies. I am currently a Service Engineering intern at Carbon, a 3D printing company that works at the intersection of hardware, software, and molecular science.
My name is Talise Redmond and I am a rising senior from New Jersey studying Economics with a Markets and Management Certificate and Sociology minor. This summer, I am spending ten weeks as a Sales and Trading intern at Wells Fargo Securities in Charlotte, North Carolina. I applied and interviewed for this position last July and August, and the recruiting team was very flexible with my abroad plans. I had my Superday the week before I ended my internship and heard back two weeks later before I left the US.
Happy July to all Blue Devils enjoying this month of summer! My name is Zoe McLeod. I am a rising junior (T’20) from Orlando, FL studying Public Policy and pursuing the MMS certificate. For the past 6 weeks, I have been working as a summer analyst at Unitus Capital, an investment bank in Bangalore, India. Unitus is an impact investment bank that helps social entrepreneurs gain capital for their businesses.
My name is Anna Power Jestin. I am a rising junior and international student from Paris, France. I am majoring in political science and International Comparative Studies (ICS) with a concentration on China and East Asia, and pursuing the MMS certificate. This summer I had the opportunity to take part in Duke in Greece, followed by a two-month internship at Nike, Inc. While the Nike internship is normally only open to juniors, I encourage any Duke student to ask if they can apply and “Just Do It”.
Happy August to all you Blue Devils out there who are soaking up these final few weeks of summer! I’m excited to be able to share with you all some of my experience interning in D.C. over the last nine weeks. My name is Andrea Wright and I am a rising senior pursuing a major in Political Science with a minor in History and a Markets and Management certificate.
My name is Jun Jun Feng (T’18); I am majoring in Economics with a certificate in Markets & Management Studies and minoring in Education. This summer, I worked as a Teaching Fellow at Uncommon Schools – a non-profit charter public school with the mission of preparing low-income students to enter, succeed in, and graduate from college.
For the past eight weeks, I have been interning at Ogilvy & Mather, a global advertising agency, in Account Management. As an Account Management Intern, I have immersed myself in advertising strategy, marketing communication, and brand planning while working on three different brands within the hospitality category. Some of my projects have included helping develop a strategic brand planning process, analyzing consumer data for segmentation, conducting competitive strategy reviews for clients, and even helping throw an awesome client karaoke party. In addition to working on my awesom
For the past nine weeks, I have been interning in Google’s marketing department as part of the BOLD internship program. BOLD stands for Building Opportunities for Leadership and Development, and serves as Google’s internship program for non-technical roles. In short, the experience has been one that I will surely remember for the rest of my life.