Lunch and Learn Series: Student Internship Panel

Thursday, December 2, 2021
12:15 p.m.–1:15 p.m.
Lunch and Learn Series: Student Internship Panel

Join current Liberal Arts undergraduates to hear about their in-person and virtual internship experiences . Gain valuable advice on finding, applying to, and accepting an internship. Also hear helpful tips to manage the experience and make the most of it.

Student Panelists:

Darryl Bachrens, Class of 2022

  • Economics
  • Minor: Security and Risk Analysis 
  • Darryl is a senior student at Penn State from Irvine, California, pursuing a degree in Economics and a minor in Security and Risk Analysis. In his second -and junior-year summers, Darryl interned at Domino's Pizza, Inc. as an IT Finance and Supply Chain Finance intern, respectively, and will be joining BDO USA, LLP as a Transfer Pricing Associate after graduation. In his free time, Darryl enjoys playing soccer and traveling to his favorite spots around the country, as well as exploring new places around the world.  

Gwen Boe, Class of 2023

  • Criminology 
  • Minor: Security and Risk Analysis
  • Gwen Boe is a junior student majoring in Criminology and minoring in Security and Risk Analysis. Over the past two summers, she has applied to and obtained several law enforcement internships, including the FBI Honors Internship and an internship at the Montgomery County Police Department in Maryland. Despite the obstacles introduced by COVID-19, she was able to gain some experience working cold cases for the MCPD and learn more about her chosen field.

Julia Montevechi, Class of 2022

  • Criminology and Italian
  • Julia Montevechi is a senior student double majoring in Criminology and Italian. Julia hopes to use her education and life experiences to become a counselor for adolescents impacted by the criminal justice system. On top of being a resident assistant, Julia has taken up two internships during her college career, both in child welfare (Lackawanna County’s Office of Children and Youth and Centre County’s Youth Service Bureau). She believes these experiences have helped in achieving her career goals.

Hannah Scholze, Class of 2022

  • International Politics and Global and International Studies
  • Minor: Russian
  • Hannah Scholze is a senior student majoring in International Politics and Global and International Studies, with a minor in Russian. Currently, she is serving as an intern at the U.S. Department of State in the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights, and Labor's Office of Europe. Over the summer, she attended the Middlebury College of Russian for an eight-week intensive Russian immersion program.

This event is provided by the Liberal Arts Career Enrichment Network. If you have any questions, please email

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