Aspen Impact runs an internship program through which college and graduate students participate in consulting projects. Each intern goes on site visits, conducts research on issues in a client's field, meets with clients, and contributes to our firm's business operations.
In 2017, our internship activities will cover industry research and social media communications, with a special focus on Europe and Asia. If you are interested in pursuing an internship, please contact Anna at email@example.com.
This gallery celebrates our recent interns. We love to watch them succeed as they proceed into full-time professional careers!
Brittany interned for Aspen Impact from 2013 onward. She has participated in projects focused on health, education, and information technology management.
Education, and Avocations
Brittany received her bachelor of science degree in health services management at IUPUI. She is a volunteer and youth advocate who places great importance on the advancement of youth in areas such as health, education, and supportive social relationships. Her hobbies include music, theatre, baking, dance, and dining.
Lauren completed a summer 2012 internship focused on management consulting. She researched nonprofit organizations, met the executive directors and boards of several clients, produced short videos, familiarized herself with geographic information systems, and visited field sites in Indianapolis and at Indiana University’s Bradford Woods experiential learning campsite. Lauren now works at the Ogilvy & Mather advertising agency in New York City.
Education and Avocations
Lauren graduated from The George Washington School of Business in Washington, DC., where she studied business administration with a concentration in economics and public policy. She spent a year as a visiting student at Bocconi University in Milan, Italy. Her interests include traveling, volunteering, and classical singing.
Bryan "Xavi" Gilmer completed a summer internship at Aspen Impact, focusing on nonprofit research and video production.
Education and Avocations
Xavi earned his Bachelor of Arts in economics at Harvard University. He is now an analyst at Morgan Stanley in New York. Beyond the world of finance, he is especially interested in issues pertaining to immigration policy reform. He enjoys music and travel. His nickname of “Xavi” reflects his interest in French and is also a nod to a player on his favorite European soccer team, Barcelona.
Nathaniel interned at Aspen Impact from 2013 through 2014. He is now working in community development and education for the Federal Reserve Bank in Philadelphia.
Professional skills, education, and avocations
Nathaniel is a graduate of Butler University, where he earned a bachelor of science degree in economics and philosophy. He also has an associates degree in photography and over three years of experience as a substitute teacher for early childhood centers, afterschool programs, and summer programs for children and youth.
Nathaniel's long-term aspirations are to combine his design skills, analytical thinking, business background, and passion for education, toward the success of mission-driven organizations. His hobbies include reading, writing, photography, the arts, and biking.
Stefan completed an internship at Aspen Impact in 2015. He conducted projects on philanthropy and design thinking.
Education and avocations
Stefan is originally from Bulgaria. He moved to Indianapolis and proceeded to graduate as valedictorian of North Central High School. He is now an undergraduate at Harvard University. Stefan enjoys biking and hiking.