A former sportswriter for The Bi-Co News and member of the Haverford baseball team, English major Patrick O’Shea ’18 landed an internship with the Tampa Bay Rays’ minor league affiliate, the Hudson Valley Renegades. Pro sports is a popular career destination for Haverford grads, notes The New York Times.
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"This internship will help me achieve my future goals because it is giving me a taste of what doing animal behavior research for a job is really like,” Burdick says, “and is going to help me build the foundation of skills I'll need if I end up working in the animal-behavior field.”