Arjo Mozumder

Arjo has worked in venture capital, tech investment banking, and across a variety of entrepreneurial initiatives. He also founded and serves as Managing Partner of Convergent, an interdisciplinary program dedicated to product development and the relentless pursuit of innovation.

Stephanie Cree

Stephanie graduated from UT with a B.S. in advertising, Elements of Computing certificate, and a Bridging Disciplines certificate in Digital Art & Media. She became involved with entrepreneurship through her internships at technology and advertising startups around Austin.

Katie Kindle

Katie Kindle, focused on the Public Health strand of the Social Inequality, Health & Policy BDP certificate, conducted research on predicting and preventing the Zika virus, under the supervision of Dr. Sahotra Sarkar. She learned about the function of research in the creation of preventative measures for maintaining and improving public health.

Fatima Frausto

Fatima Frausto interned with It’s Time, Texas, a non-profit organization that focuses on providing free programs tools and services to increase the number of Texans trying to live healthily, to complete her Social Inequality, Health & Policy BDP. There she learned about health promotion at the community and organizational levels.

How did you find your internship?
I think I found it at the Non-Profit/Government Internship Fair last spring semester.

Zoe Labos

An internship at The Contemporary Austin offered Children & Society BDP student Zoe Labos an opportunity to learn creative ways of engaging children and families with the arts, a concept she hopes to take with her in her future career as a Speech Language Pathologist.

How did you find your internship?
I found my internship online after searching “children arts internships.”