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Social Impact Internships: Ejiro Omoruyi (’23)

Hey! My name is Ejiro Omoruyi and I’m a rising senior majoring in Chemistry and Biology (Course 5-7). This past summer I had the pleasure of working with the Florida…

Social Impact Internships: Emily Wong (’25)

My name is Emily and I’m a rising sophomore majoring in Chemical Engineering (Course 10). I spent this summer working as a research intern at the Conservation Law Foundation on…

Social Impact Internships: Emmi Mills (’24)

Hi! My name is Emmi Mills, and I am a rising junior studying Brain and Cognitive Sciences (Course 9) here at MIT. This summer, I interned at the Ek Kadam…

Social Impact Internships: Kelly Xu (’24)

I’m Kelly Xu, a rising junior majoring in course 6-3. Over the summer, I’ve been  working as a biomedical scientist intern at Reboot Rx. Reboot Rx is the tech nonprofit…

PKG Social Impact Intern Aviva Intveld featured in MIT News!

Aviva Intveld (’23) was a PKG Social Impact Intern during IAP 2021 and worked with the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). Aviva shared more about her internship experience on our blog,…

Social Impact Internships: Elise Harvey (’25)

My name is Elise Harvey and I am a rising sophomore from Wayland, MA studying Computer Science, Economics, and Data Science (Course 6-14). This summer, I interned with The Coding…

Social Impact Internships: Lauren Aguilar (’25)

Hello! My name is Lauren Aguilar, and I am a rising sophomore from Houston, Texas. I am currently pursuing a double major in mathematics and civil and environmental engineering (Course…

Social Impact Internships: Gloria Huang (’25)

Hi! I’m Gloria, and I’m a rising sophomore majoring in Finance, with an interest in computer science and entrepreneurship. This past summer I was a Product Manger Intern at BestFit…

Social Impact Internships: Salomé Otero (’23)

My name is Salomé Otero and I am a senior from Barranquilla, Colombia majoring in management with a concentration in education analytics (Course 15). As my time at MIT helped…

Social Impact Internships: Cher Jiang (’23)

“Efficiency” as an engineer would define it might mean high output relative to the input–high current through a solar panel given modest sunlight, for example. An investor might define “efficiency”…