The Robert H. Jackson Center was pleased to welcome four college students to participate in its summer internship program for six weeks. The program is as a major part of the center's educational mission. Jacob Sandstrom, Angela Mauroni, Heather Bosau and Emily Beuger each engaged in self-developed academic projects in support of their major field of study. In addition, Jacob, Angela and Heather worked with Professor Gregory P. Rabb, a national mentor and consultant to the College in Advance Placement U.S. and Comparative Government and Politics, to develop and refine their unique research projects on the legacy of Robert Jackson's remarkable life and career. The students also attended the lectures of leading legal scholars, attended federal court proceedings, worked with staff to develop a range of skills and consistently provided assistance to the center as a non-profit organization. Open the article to read a profile of each student, which includes their reflections on the importance of Robert H. Jackson's influence on the world and copies of their research projects this summer.