International Studies Student Internships

Students in the international studies program have recently served in the following internships:

 

  • Center for Public Justice, Washington, DC
  • GoPaps, Inc., Tegucigalpa, Honduras
  • International Road Transport Union (IRU), Geneva, Switzerland
  • National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Washington, DC
  • US Mission to the World Trade Organization (WTO), Geneva
  • US State Department Foreign Language School, Washington, DC
  • World Meteorological Organization (WMO)/UN Economic Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (UNESCAP), Bangkok
  • Zaatari Refugee Camp, Jordan    

Philip Sneller '19

“It is amazing to see God’s glory and handiwork in the fields of math and science. The more I learn, the more I am amazed and awed by who He is. It is not always easy to do this, especially under the stress of homework and tests, but it is so worthwhile. God has created a marvelous universe and has given us the privilege of learning more about Him as we study what He has created!”
  - Philip Sneller '19

Morgan Barney

"...I would have to say Terrorism with Dr. Horne. While the subject matter of this course has made it challenging at times, Dr. Horne has presented the material in a highly comprehensive way. It’s not every day that you are able to take such a specialty course taught through a Christian perspective. I have been pushed to lean into my studies deeply for this course, but it’s taught me not only the importance of perseverance and to see how the coursework will apply for my career in the future."
 - Morgan Barney '18

Abigail Carey '19

“I plan to go on to medical school, so this training in psychology is a way for me to appreciate the human body more, but also our way of thinking as well. It is such an open and expanding topic, that it creates an excitement for me to know and learn more.”
  - Abigail Carey '19

Larissa Santos

"I enjoy International Studies because it is taught by good professors and it is a subject I love. The classes have relatively few students - which feel like private lectures - and the students are truly engaged and interested in the subject."
 - Larissa Lira Santos '19