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Make Your Mark - Aurora

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Published on Jul 17, 2012

People are at the heart of Grameen Foundation's mission, and we're lucky to benefit from the efforts of talented, committed people looking to gain experience helping the world's poor as interns. Generally arriving each spring, summer and fall, those who are accepted into our program typically are current students and recent graduates from a variety of backgrounds but with a common passion for international development and wanting to help to bring people out of poverty.

Interns can be placed in any of Grameen Foundation's offices around the world. A Grameen Foundation internship provides a unique opportunity to learn more about our work while strengthening our ability to carry out our mission to help the poorest create a world without poverty. The "Make Your Mark" series gives you an insider's perspective on the program from past interns, who talk about what brought them to Grameen Foundation and the sort of work they do here. To learn more and to apply, please visit the website of Bankers without Borders, Grameen Foundation's skilled-volunteer initiative at http://www.bankerswithoutborders.com

Aurora Gilbert is a Summer 2012 Marketing and Communications intern at Grameen Foundation's Seattle office. She is a rising junior at Columbia University, where she is studying Hispanic Studies and Business Management. Aurora studies and speaks Spanish, and has worked abroad in the Dominican Republic, Nicaragua, and Panama on projects ranging from youth/health education and community center development to microfinance and small business development.

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