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2020 Internship Recipients

With the support of CES, 20 Harvard College students are embarking on virtual internships at 18 institutions across 13 countries this summer.


Chinaza Asiegbu (History, African Studies, 2022)


Maia Alberts (Undeclared, 2023) – Mostar Summer Youth Programme (MSYP) – Bosnia and Herzegovina


Lauren Anderson (Social Studies, European History, Politics and Societies, 2021) – U.S. Department of State, Bureau of European and Eurasian Affairs – USA


Sophia Armenakas (Philosophy, Art, Film and Visual Studies, 2022) – Center for Hellenic Studies – Greece


Chinaza Asiegbu (History, African Studies, 2022) – United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) – France


Tobias Benn (Undeclared, 2023) – Goethe-Institut New York – USA


Michael Cheng (History, Mathematics, 2022)


Samantha Carrillo (Psychology, 2021) – The Loop – United Kingdom


Michael Cheng (History, Mathematics, 2022) – Institute for Policy Research, University of Bath – United Kingdom


Kyra Colbert (Government, 2021) – Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) – Serbia


Salomé Garnier (Government, Global Health and Health Policy, 2022) – Center for International Studies and Research, Sciences Po – France


Deni Hoxha (Economics, 2021) – Office of the Mayor of Tirana – Albania


Ali Jebari (Social Studies, 2022) – Vaughan Avocats – France


Kyra Colbert (Government, 2021)


Drin Krasniqi (Economics, Computer Science, 2022) – Kosovo Pension Savings Trust (KPST) – Kosovo


Tadhg Larabee (Philosophy, 2022) – Hot Press Magazine – Ireland


Nikita Lledo (Government, Anthropology, 2022) – Centre for Applied Nonviolent Action and Strategies (CANVAS) – Serbia


Aliénor Manteau (English & Philosophy, 2022) – Puy du Fou – France


Nidhi Patel (Government, Neuroscience, 2022) – Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) – The Netherlands


Ajay Sarma (Government, 2023) – Real Instituto Elcano – Spain

* Real Colegio Complutense Grant Recipient


Tobias Benn (Undeclared, 2023)


Raphaëlle Soffe (Social Studies, Public Economics, 2021)German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) – Germany


Idil Tuysuzoglu (Government, Scandinavian Studies, 2021) – Timbro – Sweden


Jade Woods (Government, 2022) – Institute for Historical Justice and Reconciliation (IHJR) – The Netherlands

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