Our interns

Mucktarr Raschid

Fall 2017 Intern (Fourah Bay College, University of Sierra Leone)

Mucktarr studies at Fourah Bay College in Freetown, Sierra Leone earning his LLB Honors Degree. He got interested in Professors Without Borders from our summer program in July at Fourah Bay College. When not studying, Mucktarr enjoys reading and playing sports. He will be assisting us research.

Samantha Stortz

Fall 2017 Intern (Richmond, The American International University)

Samantha completed her MA in International Development from Richmond, the American International University in London. She has previously volunteered in Peru with the Otra Cosa Network where she helped women in the local community build their skills and confidence .

Samantha is building the alumni community and compiling information to help the career development of students and lecturers. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling and rugby.

Noughan Balochi

Summer 2017 Intern (Richmond, The American International University)

Noughan is currently undertaking a BA in International Economic Development from Richmond, The American International University in London. He has experience in business start-up, teaching and volunteer work and has been interning for Professors Without Borders since July 2017 and is from London.

Noughan documented the work of our professors for online blog, and  also conducted research on corporate social responsibility programs around the world.

Jelena Dajic

Summer 2017 Intern (University of Banja Luka)

Jelena is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree with a double major in English and German at the University of Banja Luka.  She lives in Bosnia and Herzegovina and traveled to London for her internship.

Jelena conducts research for the Learner Resources page to help communicate educational opportunities to students and teachers around the world. In her spare time, she enjoys reading, writing and art.

Saria Naimi

Summer 2017 Intern (University of Exeter)

Saria has just completed her A levels in Switzerland and will be starting her Bachelor’s Degree in Criminology at the University of Exeter in September. She has worked in international affairs at the United Nations in New York, and has volunteered abroad several times focusing her projects on children’s education in third world countries.

Saria is working on various research projects for our new think tank and fund raising during her internship at PROWIBO.

 

 

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