Nina, a combined major in Human Services and International Affairs, had the opportunity to travel to Amman, Jordan on her first coop where she taught English and music to women and children through the nonprofit organization the Jordan River Foundation. During her time in Jordan, she strengthened her Arabic language skills as well as build relationships with mothers and children with abused backgrounds. Read more about Nina's Co-op experience here.
Angela Loporto landed her first experiential learning opportunity at her Co-op in Germany where she worked for Bisnode Business Information Group. Angela developed an employee development program that helps young professionals to gain the qualities needed to take over management positions. Learn more about Angela's Co-op experience and development program here.
Lindsey's passion in human services and international affairs led her to Co-op in Cochabamba, Bolivia where she took on several initiatives such as teaching english to children. Working directly for Centro Integral Warmi, a nonprofit community center for women and children, Lindsey worked hard on various issues to empower the young women and children in the center. Read about Lindsey's accomplishments in Bolivia here.
Robert had the opportunity to combine American culture with Dominican Republic culture while doing his Co-op as an English language tutor for the Boston Red Sox Dominican Baseball Academy. Robert worked closely with the young prospects to strengthen their english and baseball skills. Learn more about Robert's Co-op experience here.
John, a third year Political Science and International Affairs major, became interested in transnational activism after taking one of Professor Denise Horn's classes. His international Co-op in Greece with the European Public Law Organization ultimately taught him how to address human rights issues all over the world. Read more about John's grant writing and his experience in Greece here.