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J. Reuben Clark Law School College of Health and Human Performance College of Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Brian Casper's internship with the Public Defenders Office let him see the importance of criminal defense. For him, the most important part of the criminal justice system is to protect society and help those whose lives have fallen apart. Learn more about his internship here!
Marissa Paxman was able to research with and be mentored by Justice John A. Pearce of the Utah Supreme Court in her internship. Learn more about it here!
Alison Dian Jepsen was an intern on the underwriting team at MotivHealth. Learn more about the unexpected skills that she developed.
Jacob Acquah is a Statistics major and had the opportunity to intern in the Governor's Office of Management and Budget. Listen to him explain how this experience helped him practice intentional seeking and skill building.
Joshua Ross had the unique opportunity of interning at the National Aeronautics and Space Administration. The Daily Universe published an article about his experience that can be found at the link below. Here Josh talks a little bit about what it took to get the internship, and what he learned about the value the consistent and focused effort.
Melissa Jo Townsend is studying Law and had the opportunity to be a legal extern in the Chambers of the Honorable Judge Sam within the U.S. District Court. Listen to her explain what she was able to experience!
Ben Anderson got to apply his statistical and analytical skills from his major as well as spend some time in the sky during his summer internship at Southwest. Learn more about how his internship was challenging and meaningful.
Mark Gold, a biochemistry major, was research assistant in Professor Christensens lab on BYU campus.
Casey Pratt Kimball applied and developed financial analysis skills at his Doterra internship. Learn more about he was able to derive insights through data analytics and visualization, specifically in Tableau.
Emily Orton, an environmental science major and a Japanese minor, interned with BYU’s nutritional science diabetes research lab as a research assistant. Click here to read more!