Matt Ndirangu ’24

Matt Ndirangu working.

Borderless Initiative, Kenya This summer was full of excitement and learning opportunities at my internship with Borderless Initiative in Nairobi, Kenya. Working at a small program that aims to provide comprehensive assistance to young Africans pursuing higher education allowed me to face challenges that led me to build numerous skills. Continue reading »

Hikaru Wakeel Hayakawa ’24

Hikaru Wakeel Hayakawa working in Germany.

Ecologic Institute, Germany This summer, I interned with the climate, economics and metrics teams at the Ecologic Institute, an international environmental policy think tank based in Berlin. Since childhood, I have long wanted to give back to society through public sector work. Following on the heels of prior experience in… Continue reading »

Andrew Appiah Ansah ’24

Andrew Ansah at work.

Electoral Commission of Ghana, Ghana This summer I had the opportunity to intern at the Electoral Commission (EC) of Ghana. I have interned in the past for this organization. The EC of Ghana is responsible for all public electoral processes in Ghana. My previous work was as an intern for… Continue reading »

Shiv Pujara ’25

Shiv Pujara at work.

Bureau of the Treasury of the Philippines, Philippines The Treasury of the Philippines is a government organization in the Philippines that is a part of the finance ministry. The role of the organization is to issue bonds, manage the local debt currency market, collect and maintain statistical data on the… Continue reading »

Amelia Levitt-Smith ’23

Amelia Levitt-Smith at work.

Central European University, Austria This summer I had the opportunity to work as a research assistant for the rector and dean of the Central European University (CEU). The Central European University was founded by philanthropist George Soros and is an institution of advanced research and teaching, dedicated to socially and… Continue reading »

Bemnet Getachew Mengistu ’24

Bemnet Getachew Mengistu at work.

United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI), Switzerland This summer, I was a research assistant for the Task Force on Climate-Related Financial Disclosures (TCFD), a working group under the United Nations Environment Programme Finance Initiative (UNEP FI). TCFD tracks disclosed climate-related risks from financial institutions and other organizations in… Continue reading »

Shiina Sekimoto ’23

Shiina Sekimoto working with students.

Ryugaku Fellowship, Japan This summer, I interned at a Japanese nonprofit organization Ryugaku Fellowship (aka Ryu-Fellow.) Ryu-Fellow’s mission is to provide Japanese high school students with the education, opportunities and information necessary for them to become leaders of their own lives—to actively take the initiative, make decisions and find passion… Continue reading »

Caroline Hess ’23

Reclaim Childhood, Jordan This summer, I worked as a funding and strategy intern for Reclaim Childhood (RC). RC creates safe and inclusive spaces for refugees and local girls in Jordan to thrive by playing sports, working with coaches and building community. I first became involved with RC five years ago,… Continue reading »

Akiko Jindo ’25

Akiko Jindo in front of General Noji's residence.

The Japan Forum on International Relations, Japan This summer, I had the pleasure of interning at the Japan Forum on International Relations (JFIR), located in Tokyo. The JFIR is a private, nonprofit, independent and nonpartisan think tank on foreign policy and international relations. I mainly focused on issues relating to… Continue reading »

Bernard Wongibe ’25

Bernard Wongibe in a virtual meeting.

Misongi, Cameroon The aim of this report is to present information on the activities I carried out as an intern at the Misongi College Access Program in Cameroon. I worked a hybrid schedule (a combination of virtual and in-person sessions) under the supervision of Veronique Hob-Hob ’13. The in-person work… Continue reading »

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