In mid-June, Hanley Jefferis ’19 spent a week at Full Spectrum Marketing in Kent, OH.
Beyond Reserve Blog
Beyond Reserve internships with partner organizations, both domestic and abroad, enhance the WRA experience and allow our students to distinguish themselves among their peers. It positions them to consider the question "What Will You Pioneer?" in engaging and authentic ways.
During the summer of 2017, 23 WRA students are participating in Beyond Reserve, broadening their horizons, growing as young adults and adding to their portfolio of accomplishments. This year's participants are working with: Baylor Medical Center, Case Western Reserve University Genetic Research Program, Caterham Exchange Program, Cleveland Clinic, ELISA, International Summer Science School - Heidelberg, Garfield Center for Public Leadership (Hiram College), Record Publishing, TheStoryIs, TechStyleLAB, Morgan Stanley, Little Tikes, Robert Portman Congressional Staff, Apple's World Wide Developers Conference and the Akron Rubber Ducks.
Read the blog posts and enjoy the pictures below to learn more about the types of Beyond Reserve internships available.
From June 21-24, Jasmine Wheeler ’20 and Josh Rogers ’19 participated in the Garfield Crisis Simulation program hosted by the Garfield Center for Public Leadership at Hiram College.
From June 19-23, Meimei Tannehill ’19 interned with the TechStyleLAB at The Fashion School at Kent State University.
From June 11–17, Nita Reddy ’18, accompanied by Science Department Chair Wanda Boesch, traveled to the Baylor Medical Center in Texas.
Matthew Groll ’18 and Logan Snell ’18, both incoming editors for The Reserve Record, spent a week shadowing Eric Marotta, Editor of the News Leader.
From June 5 through June 9, Alan Zhong ’19 was chosen to participate in the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference as part of their highly competitive Scholarship program.
From May 31 to June 29, four students, Rodney Im ’18, Roy Lee ’18, Katie Ly ’18 and Alicia Ma ’18, traveled with WRA Faculty member Judy Chen to Taiwan through the ELISA program.
Students work in Tuohy Lab at The Lerner Research Institute at Cleveland Clinic.
WRA students help design and write articles for local newspapers.
WRA students travel to Heidelberg, Germany, to work in different research facilities.
LaFontaine goes behind the scenes of Cleveland Indians operations.
Eleven students travel to English to participate in an exchange with our sister school.
Peter '18 attends program at Schule Schloss Salem.
For almost three weeks, Alice Wu ’17 and Olivia Chan ’17 were involved with the Case Western Reserve University Genetic Research Program.
This Beyond Reserve program allows a group of WRA students to be involved with the production and performance of the opera Little Women.
Josh '19 participates in experience through Garfield Center for Public Leadership. at nearby Hiram College.
Students learn filmmaking at The Story Is.
WRA students travel to NYC to work with The Nanz Company.
On Sunday, June 26, three WRA students, Kali Chapas '18, Delaney Fowler '17 and Sydney Sutherland '16, took part in an opera master class with Dr. Robin Rice as part of the Nightingale Opera Theatre, a Beyond Reserve opportunity.
Students complete a three-week medical research opportunity at Baylor College of Medina Medical Center.
WRA students begin internship with local filmmaking company.