Winter Study 2017 – spec 21



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APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:  This internship can be individually designed to fit your unique career goals and interests.  Resume Cover letter explaining what you hope to gain from this internship.  Please address the cover letter to:  Ms. Lo Sottile.
40.  ARCHITECTURE: DESIGN & PRACTICE—New!!

                  “ I was fortunate enough to study architecture at Yale under Dean Thomas Beeby of Chicago and within an atmosphere of creativity and exploration.  We learned that a successful building improves the lives of people not just by providing utility and space but through beauty and grace as well.”



WHO:  J.C. Calderon '87 is a licensed architect with 25 years experience in the construction field.  In 2011 the firm relocated from NYC's Upper East Side to Beacon, NY and continues to specialize in NYC residential and commercial projects.  The firm recently collaborated on a new 646 room hotel near Manhattan’s Times Square for Riu Hotel & Resorts, currently in construction on 8th Ave & West 46 St. We are currently working on a lobby renovation on the Upper East Side for a 50 unit Co-op.

He is also the leader of a volunteer campaign, SaveCRS, to restore the buildings and grounds at the summer camp program, Camp Rising Sun, in Rhinebeck NY along with the help of renowned filmmaker Darren Aronofsky as noted recently in The New York Times and NPR affiliate WAMC and on the group's website: 


http://www.nytimes.com/2015/09/07/nyregion/shaped-by-camp-alumni-fight-to-prevent-its-move.html
http://wamc.org/term/darren-aronofsky#stream/0
www.savecrs.org
In 2012, J.C. Calderon founded Beacon Public Space, a community based group dedicated to supporting public space projects.  In April 2013 the BPS sponsored a screening of "Chasing Ice" the Academy award nominated & Emmy award winning film on climate change with a panel of experts including the film's director Jeff Orlowski. 

Mr. Calderon is a member of the American Institute of Architects and a LEED Accredited Professional via the U.S. Green Building Council. He has been a guest critic to various architecture schools including Yale, CUNY City College, Pratt Institute, NJIT & NYIT.  In 2009 he was invited to speak at a Yale graduate seminar on the work of Rogelio Salmona.



WHERE:  Calderón Architecture & Design is located in Beacon, NY in the heart of the business district near the Dia Beacon museum of contemporary art, formerly led by Michael Govan '85.

WHAT:  Participate and contribute creatively to the firm’s projects.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:  Resume and detailed letter describing your interest in the field of architecture.  Please write your letter to Mr. J.C. Calderon.
41.  PUBLIC SECTOR CONSULTING—New!!

WHO:  Gary Labovich P’14, Executive Vice President of Booz Allen Hamilton serves as the leader of the Systems Delivery Group (SDG) which is responsible for supporting the capture, execution and delivery of the firm’s $1B+ software development business. In this role, Mr. Labovich leads a team of technology experts in promoting software development best practices, promulgating standards and processes, and engaging in large, complex proposals.  Since joining the firm in 2004, he has focused on providing strategy consulting and technology solutions to clients in a range of markets that include infrastructure, health, business of government, finance, and justice and homeland security. 

WHERE:_McLean,_Virginia_(Washington,_DC_suburb__WHAT'>WHERE:  McLean, Virginia (Washington, DC suburb

WHAT: Business, government, and military leaders turn to Booz Allen Hamilton to solve their most complex problems. Join our Systems Delivery Group and solve challenges where there are no roadmaps. Our dynamic team helps some of the most widely recognized organizations in government and industry to succeed by enhancing the security, health, economic well-being, and safety of people in our nation and around the world. We provide you with constant learning and mentoring opportunities and specialized industry-recognized training such as our Systems Delivery University to meet your personal career goals.

January interns will work alongside Systems Delivery technical consultants and will learn how disciplines such as Agile Delivery, DevOps, Internet of Things, Cloud Solutions, and Open Source Development contribute to our clients in a wide range of industries. Every day, government agencies, corporations, institutions, and not-for-profit organizations rely on Booz Allen’s expertise and objectivity, and on the combined capabilities and dedication of our exceptional people to find solutions and seize opportunities.  They combine a consultant’s unique problem-solving orientation with deep technical knowledge and strong execution to help clients achieve success in their most critical missions.

 APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:  Resume and cover letter.  All majors are welcome to apply and liberal arts students interested in learning software development and other technical skills in addition to Mathematics and/or Computer Science are strongly encouraged to apply.  Please write your cover letter to Mr. Gary Labovich.
42.  NON-PROFIT COMMUNICATIONS/MUSEUM ADMINISTRATION-NEW

WHOLesley Beck, Senior Communications Manager, and the Engagement Office

WHERE: Berkshire Museum, Pittsfield, MA

WHAT: The Engagement Office, which oversees the Museum's active membership program, special events, annual fund program, and marketing and public relations programs, is seeking an intern to assist with content creation and social media.
Additional info: The Berkshire Museum is currently in the midst of a comprehensive master planning process. The Master Plan is a once-in-a-generation effort to shape the Museum as a relevant, sustainable organization that continues to deliver high quality products to our community. As such, this is an exceptionally exciting time to be working here, and an internship will surely provide a valuable glimpse into the world of non-profits.

 

The communications intern at the Berkshire Museum will be immersed in marketing and public relations activities, helping with the creation of materials used to promote the Museum’s various exhibitions as well as programs, performances, films, and theater offerings. The intern will also have the opportunity to develop skills as a digital content producer by working directly on the Museum’s website and social media platforms Facebook, Twitter, etc.



APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:  Resume and cover letter explaining what you hope to gain from this internship.  Please address your cover letter to Ms. Lo Sotillie.
43.  FINANCE, TECHNOLOGY AND WILLIAMS-NEW!  10/17/16

WHO:  David Kane '88

David Kane is a quantitative portfolio manager in Boston. Over the last decade, he has hired more than 20 Williams summer interns and published several academic papers and R packages with Williams students and alumni. He has taught a Winter Study course in quantitative methods three times. He is a regular contributor to the Record op-ed page.



WHERE:  Hutchen Hill Capital, Boston, MA

WHAT: Programming finance-related projects using R. Or working on some technology project related to Williams. Examples include major additions to the Williams Wikipedia page or significant enhancements to WSO.

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:  Resume and cover letter.  Please give examples of your work using R. If you do not already know R, this is not a good internship. Or a description of the Technology/Williams project you would like to pursue.  Please address your cover letter to Mr. David Kane.

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