OSIRG

Public Policy Students Reflect on Their Internships: Shaileshwori Sharma at Minority Rights Group International

September 17, 2015

Sharma spent summer 2015 interning at Minority Rights Group International, an international NGO that partners with organizations in more than 60 countries to promote the interests of disadvantaged minorities and indigenous peoples. During her internship in the London office, Sharma worked primarily on the four-country 'Walk into My Life' pilot project, helping to coordinate activities and reports from Hungary, Spain, Sweden, and UK.

Public Policy Students Reflect on Their Internships: Nuruddin Ahmed at the Sunlight Foundation

September 1, 2015

Nuruddin Ahmed, Bangladesh
MPA Candidate, Class of 2016
OSIRG Intern, Sunlight Foundation, Washington DC

Ahmed has been spending his summer interning at the Sunlight Foundation, a national, nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that uses technology to make the U.S. government and U.S. politics more accountable and transparent.

Public Policy Students Reflect on Their Internships: Suluck Fai Lamubol at the International Crisis Group

August 27, 2015

Suluck Fai Lamubol, Thailand
MPA candidate, Class of 2016
OSIRG Intern, International Crisis Group, Korean Peninsula Office, Seoul

OSIRG Interns Prepare for Summer Internships During Budapest Workshop

June 23, 2015

Twenty-two students from 11 universities traveled to Budapest, Hungary last week to participate in the Open Society Internship for Rights and Governance (OSIRG) – an experience that Rumbidzai Masango (MPA ’15), one of last year’s students, described as “mind-blowing.”

SPP students return to Budapest from fruitful OSIRG internships

October 9, 2014

“I don’t want to say mind-blowing, but I can’t think of another word to describe the experience,” reflected Rumbidzai Masango (MPA ’15) on her summer with the Open Society Internship for Rights and Governance (OSIRG). This past summer, five School of Public Policy (SPP) students participated in OSIRG, a highly competitive program that allows selected students from top public policy schools to undertake six- to eight-week internships at policy- and rights-oriented NGOs around the world.