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Meet the Fall 2020 Interns

Meet the Fall 2020 Interns

We are thrilled to announce our third class of interns! This fall, Alejandra and I hired a great trio of interns. We are excited to welcome Charlie, Divine, and Samrit to our team!

Most of our interns are students at Dartmouth, which a university renowned for its unique approach to language learning that quickly makes students more comfortable with a new language through immersive group speaking exercises known as “drill.” Our Dartmouth interns are “drill experts,” and have the firsthand experience to help us develop and refine our product, which has been heavily influenced by the method taught at Dartmouth.

Additionally, we wanted to give back and provide Dartmouth students with the opportunity to experience how entrepreneurship and social impact can go hand-in-hand. At Beepboop, we are on a mission to revolutionize the online language learning industry, helping clinicians communicate more effectively with their Spanish-speaking patients. This mission is even more relevant today, where Hispanic patients are disproportionately affected by COVID-19. Our interns come from a variety of backgrounds, and we know they can help improve our product and expand our market reach. 

Scroll down to learn about our fall class of marketing and engineering interns! We are delighted to add Charlie and Samrit to our marketing team, and Divine to our engineering team.

- Devon Saliga, CEO

 

 

Where are you from?

Weston, CT

What are you studying?

I am studying Philosophy and Economic Public Policy

What's the most exciting part about working at Beepboop?

I am excited to gain marketing experience and learn the fundamentals of creating a successful start-up company.

What are you involved with on-campus?

The Dartmouth(Arts Section Editor and Writer), Men’s Swimming and Diving Team

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Santa Monica, California

 

Where are you from?

San Jose, CA

What are you studying?

Economics and Psychology 

What's the most exciting part about working at Beepboop?

The most exciting part about working at Beepboop is the opportunity to gain valuable mentorship from experienced professionals. 

What are you involved with on-campus?

GlobeMed, The Dartmouth Newspaper, Magnuson Center for Student Leadership, Dartmouth Undergraduate Research Association

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Santorini, Greece

 

 

Where are you from?

Atlanta, Georgia

What did you study?

Biology

What's the most exciting part about working at Beepboop?

Helping language learners become more fluent.

What are you involved with on-campus?

Camp Kesem, Campus Kitchen, and Camp Twin Lakes

If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?

Madrid, Spain

 

Thanks for reading!

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