The Hiatt Summer program is an opportunity which provides Beaver students the financial support to explore and participate in meaningful summer leadership and civic engagement work. Along with the responsibility of communicating with summer Hiatt advisors, students will volunteer and document their experiences on a day to day basis and participate in a presentation about the work. Programs can be self-designed internships or participation in established programs.
Josh Roy ’15 (pictured above) in midst of his Hiatt Center Summer Stipend Internship at the Harvard Medical Faculty Physicians Division of Informatics where he has been working on a coding and web design project for physicians that entails actual software engineering (as in the production of commercial grade applications in a multi-programmer environment).
Some examples of other places of student Hiatt Summer Programs:
Natick Organic Farm
Roslindale Community Center
For more information, visit The Work of The Hiatt Center for Civic Engagement