Global Fellows

Internship Updates by Zachary Burpee (A24)

by MH
Internship Updates by Zachary Burpee (A24) Sep 16

This summer I have the privilege to work with Daniel Stoian, a career Foreign Service Officer, Deputy Secretary of State, and current fellow with the Negotiation Task Force at the Davis Center for Russian and Eurasian Studies at Harvard. Having been raised in Silicon Valley and starting his career as an entrepreneur, Danny has a unique background as an FSO and even from my initial conversations with him, his honesty and transparency about the world of government and politics were refreshing. 

Sep 15

Making a Difference in DC, by Amelia Miller (A23)

by MH

This summer I had the opportunity to intern with Lawyers Without Borders (LWOB), an international nonprofit that works to advance the global rule of law and build capacity and integrity in the world’s justice sectors.

Aug 25

The Final Month in Kigali, by Sarah Froehlke (MALD23)

by VManve

This summer flew by! It is hard to believe that this is my last blog post. Since I last wrote about submitting my education proposal and Mary Kate’s arrival, Hands of Mothers has kept busy.

Aug 17

Getting Settled in Kigali, by Sarah Froehlke (MALD23)

by MH

The past few weeks have flown by! I am really enjoying my time in Kigali. In the last blog post, I left off on upcoming school visits. Between June 13 - 15th, I visited 4 schools and chatted with 6 students ranging in age from Primary to Secondary school.

Aug 11

Pursuing Human Rights in Haiti: An IJDH Summer Intern’s Perspective, by Emma Christman (A23)

by VManve

The first weeks of my remote summer internship at the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti (IJDH) have been both interesting and rewarding.

Dec 07

Reflections from the Summer of Coronavirus by Atrey Bhargava (A’21)

by PriyankaK

While it is coronavirus that has dominated my summer 2020 experience, through the Institute of Global Leadership and various other programs, I have been able to develop my skills set and work in two similar, yet very different styles of, internships.

Sep 14

How a Non-profit Plans for the Future in Pandemic-Hit Guinea-Bissau by Marcia Almeida Mendes (F’20)

by tuftsigl

The effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in any country is negative, long-lasting and visible. In Guinea-Bissau, the United Nations Development Programme just started recruiting a “Recovery and Resilience Specialist” for its office. In the background section of the job posting, the picture painted is grim.

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