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Phoebe Kurien (Instagram: @phoebstakesontheworld)

About: Phoebe is serving as a Peace Corps volunteer in Malawi, working as a Community Health Specialist. Follow her Instagram above for photos, videos and thoughts from her experience in Malawi.

Jennie Lien

About: Jennie is volunteering with the Peace Corps in Togo, as an agriculture development specialist.
Daniel Yim

About: Daniel spent his summer in Seoul, South Korea, interning with Doongle, an app that helps its users build cross-cultural connection through conversation. 
Richard Berwind and Jacob Tashoff

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Bio: Richard and Jacob recorded a podcast during their GO Your Way to Dublin, Ireland in Summer 2019. The podcast captures the pair's conversations at 1:16 in the morning as they adjust to life in Ireland. Richard is a Creative Writing/English - Literature double major while Jacob is majoring in Creative Writing. Click the podcast logo above to access their website or listen to the podcast on iTunes or Spotify.

Catherine Welch

About: Catherine completed a fellowship with the Atlantis Critical Fellowship in Portugal in Summer 2019, shadowing physicians and having the privilege to experience the moment a woman become a mother. Catherine, a neuroscience major and psychology minor, worked 20 hours per week alongside physicians as one of a small group of students awarded the opportunity of an Atlantis Critical Fellowship.
Luke Duceman '18 (Instagram: @lukeenlugares)

About: Luke is serving as a Fulbright Scholar in Liberia, Costa Rica as an English Teaching Assistant at the Instituto Nacional de Aprendizaje. Follow his Instagram above for photos, videos and thoughts from his experience in Costa Rica.
Rachel Sweger

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About: Rachel interned in Sydney, Australia with Students Athletes Abroad as a GO Your Way, helping the organization with social media content and running sports camps.

"My biggest personal takeaway from my trip to Australia was that I am capable of far more than I imagined. I can independently travel the world and can create a network of people anywhere I go. My biggest professional takeaway from my time in Australia is that my Susquehanna education has equipped me well to make an immediate impact in whatever company I may become employed in. My acquired skills enabled me to fully embrace my internship role and help further the company's efforts." - Rachel Sweger
Ciara Middleton

Middleton

About: Ciara interned this summer in Santiago, Chile, working for Magma Partners, a venture capital investment firm that supports burgeoning Latin American companies.

"Spending my summer in Chile as a Stein Fellow was a pivotal time in both my personal and professional journey. The cross-cultural literacy I have gained from having internships in three different continents is invaluable. I am endlessly thankful for the opportunities that the SWSB has provided me; my future in the field of international business will be characterized by these powerful early-life experiences." - Ciara Middleton