Princeton students report having some of their most meaningful undergraduate experiences through summer service and social impact internships.
Internship: George Floyd Global Memorial
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.
Internship: Animal Rescue of Tracy
Nicole helped reduce the number of abandoned and euthanized animals in Tracy, CA.
Matt taught at a college access program for low-income, high-achieving Kenyan and refugee students.
Internship: American Bar Association’s Rule of Law Initiative - Asia Division
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 volunteered as an SAT math teacher in Kenya.
Internship: National Union for Democracy
Jonathan worked to promote human rights in Iran through research, social media advocacy, and policy writing.
Internship: Big Engine Creative
Paige worked on videography and photography for other nonprofit websites.
Internship: Max Planck Institute/Silvia Portugal
Khiara conducted research at a laboratory focused on the malaria parasite.
Internship: Project PEARLS
Cassie assisted in fundraising and community development initiatives centered around poverty alleviation/education.
Internship: Greenwood Rising Black Wall St. History Center
Jacob supported the mission of teaching the history of the Tulsa Race Massacre and the Greenwood district in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
Andre interned for a nonprofit organization researching climate change.
Internship: Teach for Ethiopia
Esset had the opportunity to teach and inspire the educational journeys of students in disadvantaged communities across Ethiopia.
Internship: The Center for Food Allergy and Asthma Research (CFAAR)
Rachel assisted CFAAR team members with survey programming and recruitment design for their “Allergen-Free Foods As Medicine” study; conducted a literature review on food insecurity, economic burden, and nutrition in individuals with food allergy; and created a research proposal and IRB submission for a food insecurity screening study in Lurie Children’s allergy clinic.
Internship: Chacha Emprende Project
Gustavo helped organize the Chacha Emprende project, a project that focused on issues of gender equality and economic uncertainty in Bolivia.
Internship: Telethon Kids (Healthy skin and acute rheumatic fever prevention team)
Kennedy worked on developing an electronic dashboard to determine and follow the burden of skin diseases in remote Australian communities, specifically in remote Aboriginal communities.