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The fellowship will be awarded to two undergraduate students annually, who are pursuing internships or field research related to public service, such as economic development and general improvement of the human condition. This fellowship is particularly directed at women from any major who have a firm career interest in public service and who will do their internships or field research projects in the U.S. or abroad (except China).
The application will be due the second Friday in March. A complete application consists of:
Jasmin Cao '20
Taylor Charles (2018-19)Maya Eylon (2018-19)
Ciara Clark (2017-2018) Improvement of literacy skills for children and adults in Whittier areaMallory Henry (2017-2018) Maternal care for HIV positive women in South AfricaYerin Kwak (2017-2018) sex education for young women in Myanmar and assistance in starting a small craft business for womenSofia Duenas (2016-2017) promotion of literacy for non-English learnersKelcey Negus (2016-2017) work with Amy Biehl Foundation in South Africa and internship with UNHCR, NY, dealing with refugee issuesLauren Gallantai (2015-2016) Nutritional program for local schoolsLaneisha Ross (2015-2016) Study for “Camp Choice,” youth empowerment organizationSophia Genovese (2014-2015) work with Amy Biehl Foundation in South Africa and internship with UNHCR, NY, dealing with refugee issuesJessica (Marisol) Marroquin (2015-2016) Study of factors relating to Autism