Recent Graduate Kaufman’s Unique Work Covered by Fortune Magazine

Aaron Kaufman ’09, who graduated this past June, is the subject of one of eight profiles by CNN Money/Fortune Magazine titled “Eight summer interns who beat the recession.” Kaufman, an accomplished musician, read about the music therapy program Purple Songs Can Fly at the Texas Children’s Hospital in the New York Times. Though the organization didn’t have an official internship program, Kaufman managed to arrange a position jointly funded by the hospital, Carleton, and outside donors for the summer of 2008, and he returned this summer. Kaufman will start a new position as a business analyst with Target Corporation this fall.

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Aaron Kaufman ’09, who graduated this past June, is the subject of one of eight profiles by CNN Money/Fortune Magazine titled “Eight summer interns who beat the recession.” Kaufman, an accomplished musician, read about the music therapy program Purple Songs Can Fly at the Texas Children’s Hospital in the New York Times. Though the organization didn’t have an official internship program, Kaufman managed to arrange a position jointly funded by the hospital, Carleton, and outside donors for the summer of 2008, and he returned this summer. Kaufman will start a new position as a business analyst with Target Corporation this fall.