About the Student Interns
The mission of The Prindle Institute is to foster interdisciplinary reflection on ethical issues, including questions of justice and public policy, character, duty and responsibility. The undergraduate intern program supported by the Anne and Charles Hillman Student Intern Fund is a means to enrich and extend student involvement at the Institute and to assist with the Institute's events and projects. Each intern has the opportunity to create Prindle events, contribute content to The Prindle Post, or propose an individual project. To see the bios of current Hillman interns, please click here.
In addition to the Hillman interns, the Institute also hires art interns and staff writers each year. Art interns help with graphic design and illustration needs for events and The Prindle Post. Staff writers contribute weekly content for the Prindle Post. Our current art interns are Evie Brosius '17 and Kate Ryan '18. Our current staff writers are: Annaleise Dehnke '16. Rachel Gutish '18, Victoria Jennings '18, Erin Law '16, and Carrie Robinson '17.