Alexis Craig ’02, of Lowell House, will intern at the Medicaid Fraud Control Unit at the District Attorney’s Office in Austin, Texas.
Roopal Patel ’03, of Lowell House, will intern at the New York American Civil Liberties Union doing research and aiding in litigation, advocacy, and education concerning basic civil rights.
Sarah Beller ’03, of Adams House, will intern in the San Francisco Office of the National Conference for Community and Justice – a human relations organization that fights bias, bigotry, and racism in America.
Annie Wong ’02, of Pforzheimer House, will create a documentary video about interracial dating and the changing faces of America by interviewing high school-aged youth in New York City. Wong’s project is part of the Women-in-Color multimedia production planned for winter ’02.
Elizabeth Quinn ’04, of Winthrop House, will intern with the Family Advocacy Program at Boston Medical Center, one of two hospitals in the United States with a legal office to assist low-income clients in health-related issues.
Amy Achor ’02, of Mather House, will work on the creation of a training program, Web site, and financial resources for youth serving on their state’s Commission on National and Community Service.
Gerald Williams ’03, of Mather House, will intern in Washington, D.C., with the Sudan Campaign – a coalition of human rights groups combating modern-day slavery.
Alonzo Sherman ’03, of Mather House, will intern with the Community Vision Project sponsored by the Abyssinian Development Corporation in Harlem.
Nicolas Cornell ’04, Hurlbut Hall, will develop a comprehensive plan for Brunswick, Maine, interning at the town’s Department of Planning and Development.
Alvaro Bedoya ’03, of Mather House, will intern with the Migrant Farmworker Justice Project in Belle Glade, Fla.