FIU Interns Tackle Sustainability, Zika, Labor Rights, and Human Trafficking
FIU students are learning how to collaborate with diverse groups to solve complex, border-transcending social problems during globally-focused internships. Four Global Learning students have recently been featured in FIU News articles.
- Lillie Garvin helped map the spread of Zika for the Alliance for Global Justice
(AfGJ). Click here to read her story.
- Annette Dominguez helped residents of Bluefields, Nicaragua implement sustainable living solutions. Click here to read her story.
- Bryan Benitez helped ensure equal opportunity of employment for the federal government. Click here to read his story.
- Dani Almanza helped plan a local conference dedicated to eradicating human trafficking. Click here to read her story.
Are you looking for an internship? Undergraduate students can sign up for the Global Learning Medallion to begin receiving email announcements regarding internships and other opportunities. All students interested in internships pertaining to politics, policy, economics, business, and other fields as they pertain to Latin American & the Caribbean can visit FIU’s Latin American & Caribbean internships portal by clicking here.