Student Stories

Princeton students report having some of their most meaningful undergraduate experiences through summer service and social impact internships.

Edouard Kwizera '26

Internship: New Jersey Health Care Quality Institute
Program: Princeton RISE (Recognizing Inequities and Standing for Equality)

Edouard worked on a project focused on ways to inform, educate and raise awareness among different stakeholders responsible for enhancing midwifery in New Jersey.

Katie Horan '25

Internship: Camphill Village USA
Program: Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund

Katie lived and worked in an integrated community with a focus on sustainable zero-waste, composed of people with and without developmental disabilities. 

Grace Coller '26

Internship: The Impact Center
Program: Princeton Internships in Civic Service

Grace worked at a small, nonprofit consulting agency. 

Seyoung Choung '25

Internship: Princeton-Blairstown Center (PBC)
Program: Princeton RISE (Recognizing Inequities and Standing for Equality)

Seyoung spent time designing and giving lessons on various subjects, such as college & career preparation for future leaders.

Shruti Joshi '25

Internship: Public Health Research
Program: John C. Bogle ‘51 Fellows in Civic Service

Shruti researched public health systems in Portland, Maine. 

Tabitha Amanze '26

Internship: Share My Meals
Program: Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund

Tabitha interned with Share My Meals, a nonprofit organization that works to fight food insecurity and the environmental impact of food waste. 

Sydney Eck '24

Internship: Federal Reserve Board of Governors (FRB) in the Office of the Chief Operating Officer
Program: The Scholars in the Nation's Service Initiative (SINSI) Internship

Sydney interned within the public sector by conducting researching on risk management and practical macroeconomics, while building skills in data analysis and visualization.

Bella Moscoe '24

Internship: Western Cape Ministry of Health
Program: Internships in Global Health

Bella worked with the Western Cape Ministry of Health in Cape Town, South Africa to learn about and develop gender-affirming healthcare accessibility policies.

George Tidmore '26

Internship: Oswaldo Cruz Foundation
Program: Internships in Global Health

George worked at the Laboratory of Molecular Biology of Parasites and Vectors in Brazil, focused on the treatment of leishmaniasis, which is considered a neglected tropical disease.

Sophie Glaser '26

Internship: Free Minds Book Club & Writing Workshop 
Program: Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund

Sophie worked to help run a prison book club program for currently and formerly incarcerated citizens in Washington, D.C., focusing on creative expression, poetry, and advocacy.

Lauren Aung '24

Internship: George Floyd Global Memorial
Program: Faith-Based Internship Program

Lauren served as a community engagement intern, building the administrative structure and financial viability of GFGM's pilgrimage program and creating GFGM's Art + Justice series.

Nicole Young '23

Internship: Animal Rescue of Tracy
Program: Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund

Nicole helped reduce the number of abandoned and euthanized animals in Tracy, CA.

Matt Farrell '24

Internship: KenSAP
Program: Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund

Matt taught at a college access program for low-income, high-achieving Kenyan and refugee students.

Zoe San Martin '24

Internship: American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative - Asia Division
Program: Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund

Zoe worked directly with the Asia Division of ABA ROLI, facilitating program events, researching legal and political trends, and collaborating with staff on the development of projects concerning women and children's rights, anti-money laundering, and counter terrorism financing.

Harrison Witt '25

Internship: KenSAP
Program: Summer Social Impact Internship (SSII) Fund

Harrison volunteered as an SAT math teacher in Kenya.