Center for Business, Government & Society



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Jan 18, 2022

Tuck GIVES: Gaining Start-up Experience Through an Internship with Maine Venture Fund

Allison Kelly details her internship experience with Maine Venture Fund and one of its portfolio companies, Hyperlite Mountain Gear. She...



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Jan 4, 2022

Tuck GIVES: My Internship with The Nature Conservancy

With funding support from Tuck GIVES, Christine Rohacz T'22 accepted a dream internship opportunity with The Nature Conservancy.



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Dec 1, 2021

Tuck GIVES: My Internship with Maine Venture Fund (MVF)

Eva Green T'22 shares her summer experience with Maine Venture Fund (MVF), where she completed an internship with funding supporting...



Samuel Grant at COP26

Nov 23, 2021

Reflections on COP26: “Imperfect Advocate” to Climate-Conscious Leader

Sam Gant T’22 shares the takeaways from his recent trip to Glasgow and the COP26 climate summit.



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Aug 23, 2021

Why I Became a Fellow with the Nonprofit Board Program

Lia Parker-Belfer T’22, who is pursuing a dual MBA/MPA degree with Tuck and the Harvard Kennedy School, is passionate...



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Oct 16, 2020

Three Things I Learned from Valerie Jarrett

Liz Calby T’21 reflects on a virtual discussion with Valerie Jarrett, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama.



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Oct 1, 2020

Investing in Climate Change

Tobin Krieg T’21 spent his summer tackling climate change with the Gulf of Maine Research Institute’s investment team.



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Oct 1, 2020

My Internship at the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation

Rob Gardener T’21 shares his summer internship experience at the U.S. International Development Finance Corporation (DFC)—a newly-formed government...



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Mar 13, 2020

The Need for Slow Fashion: Inside the Retail & Luxury Goods Conference

Jessica Ahn T'21 details some of the evils of the fashion industry and the need for slower, more sustainable fashion.