D3’s 2015 Intern cohort
Our first internship cohort was a tremendous success! After a highly competitive application process, each intern created and worked on a community-focused project they initially proposed to the D3 team. Towards their individual goal, each intern received mentorship, a stipend, and professional development. We’re very proud of their accomplishments.
To pilot this first cohort, D3 was privileged to partner with the Max M. and Marjorie S. Fisher Foundation and the Next Gen Board. Through this partnership we were able to create interactive elements that highlight each intern’s work; and in turn provide benefits to each community their project focused on. To learn more about the this year’s overall program please enjoy D3’s 2015 Internship Video. For a more in depth understanding, click on each intern’s short introductory video as well as the links below that will connect you to their work and development. Their words, their work, our privilege!
To find information about our upcoming internship program for 2016, please click on the “For Inquiries” button to the right and above. For any additional, in depth information, please proceed to the The D3 Internship Program page.
D3’s 2015 Internship Video
Alexis Farmer – Data Analyst Intern
“Beyond the Jailhouse Cell: How Data Can Inform Fairer Justice Policies”
“Data Driven Approaches to Improving Community Policing:The Police Data Initiative in Detroit”
Ayana Rubio – Data Analyst Intern
“Lead Exposure and HHF Demolition Activity in Detroit”
Sabiha Zainulbhai – Data Analyst Intern
“Oakland County: By The Numbers”
“Neighborhoods and Re-Entry in Detroit: Mapping Prison Data”