Interning near and far: Ford School students internships--from DC to Phnom Penh
Will Feuer (BA '19) at the Southeast Asia Globe in Phnom Penh, Cambodia. With thanks to the BA Internship Fund.
Gloriela Iguina-Colon (BA '18) at the Office of U.S. Representative Grace Meng (NY-6) in Washington, DC. With thanks to the BA Internship Fund.
So Jung Kim (BA '18) at the Office of U.S. Congressman Alan Lowenthal (CA-47) in Washington, DC. With thanks to the BA Internship Fund.
Hannah Bauman (MPP '18) at the Children's Defense Fund in Washington, DC. With thanks to Mitch (MPP '78) and Johanna Vernick.
Mary Naoum (MPP/MSW '18) at the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs in Detroit, MI. With thanks to the David Bohnett Foundation.
Theresa Ross (BA '19) at the Office of U.S. Senator Gary Peters (MI) and the Department of Justice Office of Public Affairs in Washington, DC. With thanks to the BA Internship Fund.
Timothy Trollope (MPP '18) at the World Bank Climate Change Group in Washington, DC. With thanks to the Annenberg Fund For International Education.
Nana Asare (MPP '18) at The Ihangane Project in Ruli, Rwanda. With thanks to the William Davidson Institute.
Eli Johns (MPP/JD '17) at The Asia Foundation in Colombo, Sri Lanka. With thanks to the Trehan Family Fund.
Read more about these and other policy-relevant internships at fordschool.umich.edu/careers-internships/field-reports.
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