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2018 Co-op Posters

CSSH hosted their 2nd college-wide Co-op Poster Expo on September 27, 2018 during which students shared their recent co-op experiences and the employers for whom they worked. Click any of the images below to enlarge and view the students’ co-op posters.

To view the submissions from previous years, click here.


Cambridge Police Department – Crime Analysis Intern

 Katie Amato (Criminal Justice and Psychology ’20)

Instafreebie – Marketing and Production Associates

Amy Aris (English, 2021), Jenna Chalfonte (English/Communication Studies, 2020)

WilmerHale – Litigation Support Department Co-op

Brett Borer (Environmental Studies/Politic Science, 2020)

Control Risks – Crisis and Security Consulting Intern

Emma Calvert (International Affairs, 2020)

Massachusetts Office of Consumer Affairs & Business Regulation – Consumer Information Specialist (CIS) Co-op

Amanda Christian (Politics, Philosophy, Economics, 2020)

Organized Crime & Gang Unit Co-op – U.S Attorney’s Office District of MA

Carmen Costa (International Affairs, 2019)

Student Immigration Movement Co-op – Lead Coordinator

Valeria Do Vale (Sociology & Political Science, 2021)

 

United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of New York – Civil Division Co-op

Lily Fielding (Political Science & International Affairs, 2019)

 

Flocabulary – Editorial Intern

Olivia Gibson (English, 2019)

 

Mercado Global – Community Outreach Co-op

Erykah Gomez (Political Science, 2020)

 

Boston After School & Beyond – Policy & Research Co-op

B. Cooper Gould (Politics, Philosophy, & Economics, 2021)

 

Indigo – People Co-op

Caroline Hegg, (International Affairs and Economics, 2021)

 

Office of the Attorney General, Massachusetts – Victim Compensation Division

Tom Higgins (Criminal Justice, 2019)

 

Hasbro – Brand Writer

Tess Hogan (English, 2020)

 

Santis Educational Services -Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia English Teacher Intern

Samantha Johnson, Spring 2018

 

International Institute of New England – Workforce Development Intern

Megan Jose (Criminal Justice, 2019)

 

U.S. Commercial Service – International Trade Co-op

Emma Kabuto (International Affairs and Economics, 2021)

 

Lynch Associates – Projects Assistant

Kaho Maeda (International Affairs and Political Science, 2021)

 

Boston Private – Physical Security & Business Continuity Coordinator

Patrick Marks (Criminal Justice, 2018)

Prisoners’ Legal Services of Massachusetts – Legal Intern

Jessica Mitten (English, 2019)

The Center for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies – Analytical Research Intern

Evangeline Moore (International Affairs, 2019)

 

MFS – Legal Department Co-op

Iqra Niazi (International Affairs, 2020)

 

Wayfair – Pricing Co-op

Julia Nitschke (Economics, 2020)

 

Mastercard – Customer Compliance & Fraud Co-op

Rena Nyman (Criminal Justice, 2019)

 

EZE Software – Legal Team Administrative Assistant

Maya Philbrock (Criminal Justice, 2019)

 

Wellington Management Company – Diversity & Inclusion and Art & Philanthropy Co-op

Juliana Preito (Criminal Justice and International Affairs, 2019)

 

Arbella Insurance – Research and Data Analyst Co-op

Talia Quaadgras (International Affairs & Economics, 2021)

 

Glamping Hub – Growth Asst., Marketing Asst, Support Asst

Isabella Ragazzi (International Affairs and Economics Major, 2021)

 

El Pais in English – Translator and Writer

Laura Rodriguez (International Affairs, 2020)

 

 

Governor John Kasich Office of Communications – Communications Associate

Eric Shulze (Politics, Philosophy, & Economics, 2019)

 

U.S. Commercial Service – Commercial Service Intern

Maria Schwartz (Political Science and Economics, 2019)

 

Wayfair – Claims Management Co-op

Ashley Shi (Economics/Business Administration, 2020)

 

Hewlett Packard – WW Print Communications Co-op

Audrey Small (International Affairs, Class of 2021)

 

Dana Farber Cancer Institute – Communication Department Design co-op

Anna Smith (English & Graphic and Information Design, 2020)

 

Recorded Future – Sales Intelligence Analyst

Sarah Aredes Soares (Economics & Math, 2020)

 

Stand Up Republic – Stand Up Ideas Co-op

Dakota Stephens (International Affairs, 2019)

 

360PR+ – Public Relations Intern

Carly Wilhelm (English & Business, 2019)

 

The Office of Congressman Stephen F. Lynch – Front Desk and Legislative Intern

Nathan Worob (Political Science, 2019)