SUNY/CID Interns for Spring 2014
SUNY/CID is pleased to continue its internship program by welcoming its Spring 2014 interns. SUNY/CID interns provide invaluable assistance to CID projects and administration by working closely with CID staff on projects ranging from Eastern Europe, South Asia, and Africa. The contributions provided by interns to SUNY/CID help to further integrate the connection between the academic and practical characteristics of international development exemplified by SUNY/CID’s philosophy of connecting people and ideas for integrated development.
Throughout the year, SUNY/CID provides excellent, advanced undergraduate and graduate students from the University at Albany and other colleges and universities with the opportunity to work as interns in order to contribute to our work in international development. At CID we integrate students into our substantive work while providing them with practical opportunities to engage in research, contribute to project management, and assist with various programming.
Specifically, interns this semester will work on a wide range of topics from researching Democracy and Governance, writing project success stories, assisting with project management, and maintaining SUNY/CID’s website and social media accounts. Please join CID in welcoming:
Cody Corcoran is a senior at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs where he is majoring in Political Science with a concentration in Global Politics. He is SUNY/CID's Research Intern. He has participated in multiple study abroad programs through the University at Albany and plans to continue his education abroad post-graduation. His interests include sociopolitical analysis, conflict resolution, and accountable governance in developing regions.
Gabrielle Juers is a senior at Schalmont High School and is currently enrolled in the New Visions Law and Government Program. She intends to pursue a law degree with a focus on international law. She previously interned in the New York State Unified Court System. Her current interests include global economics and international policy.
Sandra Sanya is a first year graduate student at the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy. She previously received her undergraduate degree in International Relations from the United States International University - Africa in Nairobi, Kenya. Her interests lie in human rights and development issues particularly those pertaining to women and children and policy formulation and implementation.
Susanne Siebel is a senior in the Rockefeller College of Public Affairs and Policy and will begin work on her Master of Public Administration degree with a concentration in Public Finance and Economics while she finishes her undergraduate degree. She has been interning at SUNY/CID since the Spring of 2013. Her interests include international work and non-profit organizations.
Blair Williams is pursuing his Master of Information Science at the College of Computing and Information. He is SUNY/CID’s Web Design and Social Media Intern. He previously received his undergraduate degree in History from Elizabethtown College and a Master of Arts in History from the University at Albany. He is interested in the role technology plays in making information and knowledge accessible as well the role of historical memory in building community.
If you are interested in an internship with SUNY/CID in the future, please send a resume or CV, cover letter explaining your reasons for applying, the dates of your availability, and a piece of writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted January 22, 2014