How ‘Trillion$’ Inspired a USC Student’s Internship With the Federal Reserve

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The USC Libraries' exhibition Trillion$: The Awesome Power of the Federal Reserve may have closed this past December, but it's made a lasting impression on at least one USC student. As Allison Engel writes for USC News, Brandon Chang secured an internship with the Federal Reserve after visiting the exhibition in Doheny Library:

Chang had looked at internships with consulting firms, but was intrigued by spending a summer at the Fed. He had started the application process when he visited the exhibition.

“My interest turned to the Fed even more after I went to the exhibit and got a better perspective on what it does,” he said. “It was interesting to see how each of the 12 Fed districts are influenced by the unique economies in their areas.”

He will work this summer for the Fed's Board of Governors in Washington, DC. Read Engel's article to learn more about Chang's story. 

Photo: Allison Engel

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