2010Brendan Rigby, class of 2010
Brendan spent the fall 2009 semester on co-op in Cairo, Egypt providing legal aid to Iraqi refugees. Read more about Brendan's experiences in Cairo.
Danielle Moore and Kristen Paonessa
As International Affairs Students and Global Presidential Scholars, Danielle and Kristen helped train a new generation of women leaders while on International Co-op in Cambodia Read more about their experiences here.
Kay was featured in the Northeastern News for her grant-funded independent study project to examine health services and health education in Uganda. Read more about her story here!
Michaela takes us on a journey through the Ecuadorian Amazon as her dedication to service shines through in this engaging piece about her Co-op experiences. View her video.
Alexandra gained first-hand experience teaching English in China. Read about Alexandra's experiences in China.
Matt traveled to Saudi Arabia for a week in June 2010 as part of a fellowship organized by the National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations. Read about Matt's experiences in Saudi Arabia.
Kenny returned from an experiential learning opportunity in June where he worked at the Geneva Forum in Switzerland. He worked to promote international peace and security among various foundations and organizations on issues of disarmament. Learn more about Kenny's experiences in Switzerland here.
Kerry made the most of his experience in El Salvador as he worked for a non-profit organization called Epilogos that seeks to improve the impoverished families through community development. Read more about his experience here.
Kijana had the opportunity to travel to the outskirts of Gulu, Uganda where she trained Ugandan instructors to teach units of conflict resolution, peace building, and history of genocide as well as lead several class discussion on these topics. Learn more about Kijana's experiences in Uganda here.
Anna mixed her love of education and art as the basis of her curriculum when she traveled to Argentina to teach English to children who had troubled pasts. Learn how the children created their own book of their own experiences through Anna's curriculum here.
Sarah's passion for international law led her to co-op at the Geneva Center for Security Policy as a research assistant. During her time as a research assistant, Sarah co-wrote a web editorial on mass migration in Pakistan. Read more about Sarah's experience here.
For Dustin, writing an essay in college meant not just a piece of graded work, it meant the chance for students to share their work all over the world. Therefore, he created an online academic student journal where students all over can upload their papers. Read more about Dustin's online academic student journal here.
Krupa had the opportunity to travel to Bangalore, India to teach poor teenage students on projects ranging from cleaning up their community to transforming their attitudes on education and their own life. Read more about Krupa's adventures in Bangalore here.