How to Land Internships Abroad: International Internship Panel

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How to Land Internships Abroad: International Internship Panel

FOR STUDENTS: a panel of students talks about internships abroad and resources that can help you apply for positions and funding. Registration deadline: Oct 1, 4pm.

Thursday, October 2, 2014
6:00pm-7:00pm
Global Village, McLaughlin Cluster
Intended Audience(s): Students-Graduate, Students-Undergraduate
Categories: Workshops & Training
Registration required.
Global Village, McLaughlin Cluster (Building and Room TBA)
DEADLINE TO REGISTER: Wednesday, October 1 at 4 pm
REGISTER NOW by searching for this event underneath the "Workshops, Events & Fairs" tab in DartBoard.
Brought to you by the Center for Professional Development, the Dickey Center, the Global Village and International Student Programs
Panelists:

Logan Brog '15 is majoring in Government and French Studies (French modified with Arabic). In fall 2013, Logan interned at the International Organization for Migration in Kuwait City, Kuwait. He later interned at the Institute for the Study of War in Washington, DC. He is interested in Middle Eastern politics, war and diplomacy in the Arab world, and international organizations.

Rachel Funk '15 is a Geography major from Seattle, WA. Rachel is currently President of the Panhellenic Council, a Sexual Assault Peer Advisor, a member of J Street U and a member of the Student and Presidential Committee on Sexual Assault. In the Winter of 2014, she was an operations intern at VOICE 4 Girls, a social enterprise that runs activity-based camps for marginalized, adolescent girls throughout India.

Anna N. Ghnouly ‘16 is a double major in Geography and Asian & Middle Eastern Studies and is interested in international development. While at Dartmouth, Anna has participated in both the China and India FSPs and will be going on the Prague FSP this spring. This past summer, Anna had her first internship in Rome, Italy, working in the Public Affairs Office in the US Mission to the United Nations Agencies in Rome. 

Leehi Yona '16 is a Biology and Environmental Studies double major and a Public Policy minor with a passion for interdisciplinary solutions to climate change. As a Canadian, she came to Dartmouth particularly interested in Arctic issues, and has since pursued field research in Kangerlussuaq, Greenland, as a field assistant in Prof. Ross Virginia's lab. Since her research in 13X, she's worked in the Virginia lab analyzing soil samples and will be pursuing a Presidential Scholarship focusing on Canadian-American Arctic Council relations this upcoming year.

For more information, contact:
Amy Newcomb
603-646-2023

Events are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted.

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