Unveiling Syrian Refugee Camps

By Maddie Handler, Guest Writer When I first arrived in Jordan, all I really knew was that I wanted to learn about human development and helping people effectively so that it really causes an impact. I wanted to meet real people who wake up every day knowing that their job is making someone else’s life […]

Brand Experience: More Than a Marketing Buzzword

By Lauren Herber, Editor-in-Chief One of the reasons I came to Thunderbird is because I haven’t yet discovered what my niche interest is. My background is in English and Hispanic Studies, so I initially thought that my extensive experience with writing, research, and communications would be a natural fit for a public relations-type role. To […]

T-Birds in Madagascar

By Nash Wills, Co-Editor; Alex Marino, Staff Writer; and Melissa Gaylord-Ratsimbazafy, Guest Writer If you haven’t figured it out yet, the true value of being a T-bird is access to a network of unique opportunities that place you in a position to let your ambitions and passions run wild. In this authentically misfit style, T-bird […]

DELL Welcomes T-birds

by Tom Yu, Guest Writer I’m originally from Taipei, Taiwan, and moved here to the states when I was in middle school. Since I’m 25 year-old, I’ve pretty much lived half of my life in Taiwan and the other half in the US, specifically Arizona. In a way, I’m used to the heat and slowness […]

Around the World in Six Summer Interns

by Alina Buzgar, Editor-in-Chief Congratulations to our fellow students who are currently spending their summer interning with companies around the world. Here are a few of them! You can find their stories posted on the CMC Facebook page as well. Look out for more articles about their stories right here at DasTor.   Keith Blincoe […]

Define Your Dream And Act Accordingly

By: Gloria Liu, Staff Writer It takes ambition and persistence to land an internship from General Electric (GE). Every now and then we hear about someone getting a job or internship from our dream company, so we cannot help but thinking that these people must have some great talents that distinguish them from the rest. […]

Interning at Al-Wabra

By Tiffany Law, ’14 What is it like to work with some of the world’s rarest birds? I wouldn’t know. I was an intern on the mammal team! I spent two months this spring in Qatar in the middle of nowhere near the town of Al Shahaniyah. How middle of nowhere? When I told my Doha friends […]

Still Searching For a Summer Internship? AIESEC Can Help!

How Does an AIESEC Internship Work? AIESEC consists of hundreds of Local Committees in over 110 countries who connect with over 4,000 partners to create and develop internship opportunities in their cities. Local Committees communicate with one another to match these internships with potential interns from abroad. With over 110 countries in our network and […]

Summer 2013 Internship Profiles

So how did some of us T-birds spend the Summer this year? We decided to ask some of our peers about their internship experiences, and here’s what they had to say: “My internship experience was very helpful in making me realize what my strengths and weaknesses are and what I really want to do in […]

Net Impact presents: Global Citizen Forum

By Stacey Goodman On April 11th and 12th the Net Impact Club hosted its 3rd annual Global Citizen Forum. The event was established to provide a platform to discuss how business can be used for good. Stacey Goodman, the president of the chapter, along with Lindsay Mueller, Katie Emick, and Lauren Simkulak, a few of […]