Marie-Annett Bernard ’11 and Kelsey Taylor ’11 will intern at Beth Israel Hospital.
Julia Cohen ’11 will volunteer at Birthday Wishes, a nonprofit that brings birthday parties to homeless children.
Abe Hyatt ’13 ICEP will do environmental conservation field work in New Zealand.
Jillian Costello ’11 will volunteer on the Chimney Corners Sioux Reservation in South Dakota.
Annie Mangone ’12 will volunteer at the Boston Children’s School summer program for international children.
Stephanie Rhee ’11 will volunteer with infants and toddlers at Perkins School for the Blind and at Gabriel’s House in Seoul, South Korea, working with children with severe disabilities.
Emily Belowich ’11 will volunteer at the Second Step domestic violence shelter.
In addition, Hiatt stipends will support a delegation of Beaver students attending the annual Women2Women conference (August 3-10) and those participating in the InIt diversity leadership training sponsored by Boston Center for Community and Justice (August 15-21).
The Hiatt grants are awarded based on an hourly rate for service work. They can be used to pay particpation fees for leadership training programs and diversity conferences but do not support travel expenses.