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Pingree students have been involved with Senior Projects each spring for several years; many of you may remember participating yourselves. The past few years, we reached out to our entire alumni network to ask if you would like to become Senior Project Sponsors. Since we started this outreach we have paired dozens of students with alumni.

Our 2017 Senior Project time span is May 22 to June 2, 2017 and requires a minimum of 45 hours of work by our students. Formal proposals including the educational intent and outcome of the project must be submitted by each student and approved by the student’s assigned on-campus Senior Project Advisor by the end of February.

Please do not let location stand in your way of volunteering to host a Pingree Senior Intern. If you live outside commuting distance from the North Shore area and are not able to offer a home stay, we will do our best to arrange alternative living and transportation accommodations for the student.

Sponsor Sign-Up Form

Recent Alumni Sponsors

Keri Barrett ’03, Gilt City
Tom Belhumeur ’04, Libring Technologies, Inc.
Elizabeth Duff ’83, Mass Audubon

Sira Grant ’07, Senator Bruce E. Tarr, State Senate Minority Leader’s Office
Ryan Hendrickson ’03, Ameriprise Financial Service, Inc.
Amanda Hogan ’71, Windrush Farm
Mariah Johnson ’95, Homestay, Alaska Native Art Workshops, Seward, AK
Nanney Kennedy ’78, Homestay, Get Wool and Meadowcroft Farm, Washington, ME
Aggie Furnari Giglio Kip ’71, MS, RD, CSSD, Boston Center for Physical Therapy and Sports Medicine
Stephanie Morgan ’00, Principal, Excel Academy
Patricia Morrison ’03, Boston Private Bank
Amy Morton '91, Morton Fine Art, Washington, DC
Esther Mulroy ’69, Speech Pathology
John K. O’Donohue ’01, Real Estate Law
Jane Pirie ’79, Brookwood School
Paul Pruett ’84, CEO of PRAIM Group; Bubble Chocolate Co; and Bloomsberry, Inc.
Tom Salter ’02, Firehouse Subs
Chappell Sargent ’07, Shalin Liu Performance Center
Susie Schneider ’65, Tower School
Ruta Shah ’89, MD, PhD, North Shore Physicians Group
Andrew Stavisky ’84, PhD, Government Accountability Office, Washington, DC
Keith Wasserman ’93, Digital Film Production
Shelley Woodbury ’86, Wheelock Family Theater
Shannon Patti Yates ’91, Photography