Katherine Rosenberg, Intern at BRAC USA

April 10, 2009
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As a master’s student at Columbia’s school of Public Health, I have become familiar with BRAC’s international work in the public health arena and beyond. Their name has echoed through the halls of Mailman as an exemplary organization committed to sustainable development in some of the world’s poorest locations.While I am currently involved in coordinating a number of research studies, I began to crave direct involvement with international development.

As a master’s student at Columbia’s school of Public Health, I have become familiar with BRAC’s international work in the public health arena and beyond. Their name has echoed through the halls of Mailman as an exemplary organization committed to sustainable development in some of the world’s poorest locations.While I am currently involved in coordinating a number of research studies, I began to crave direct involvement with international development.Columbia’s introduction of BRAC USA in conjunction with my interest in microfinance and hunger for development work inspired me to seek out internship possibilities with BRAC USA.

Volunteering with the Peace Corps in Senegal, I was involved in a number of on-the-ground issues; however, my work at BRAC USA has exposed me to the work of an international NGO with offices in New York City.It is an exciting time to be a part of BRAC USA’s team and to be a part of such an inspiring organization.

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