In Their Own Words: Public Policy Students Reflect on Their Internships

August 17, 2015

Each year, our master's students spread out across the globe to complete summer internships. Gaining practical experience in research and policymaking at the local, national, and international levels, SPP students hone skills learned in the classroom and prepare themselves for future careers in public policy.

Read about their diverse experiences here:

Christina Herrmann (One-year MAPP), U.S. Department of Commerce in Berlin, Germany

Mihail Popsoi (Mundus MAPP), Center for European Enlargement Studies, CEU in Budapest, Hungary

Susanne Karine Gjønnes (Mundus MAPP), United Nations Research Institute for Social Development (UNRISD), International Labour Organization (ILO) in Geneva, Switzerland

Evangel Anih (MPA), United Nations Industrial Organization (UNIDO) in Vienna, Austria

Camille Hesterberg (One-year MAPP), Budapest Institute for Policy Analysis, Budapest, Hungary

Khurram Rasheed (One-year MAPP), Peshawar Model Educational Institute, Peshawar, Pakistan

Nvard Loryan (MPA), International Centre for Migration Policy Development (ICMPD) in Vienna, Austria

Gregor Riemann (Mundus MAPP), Hungarian-American Fulbright Commission in Budapest, Hungary

Ana Todorovska (One-year MAPP), Institute for Policy Research and Good Governance in Skopje, Macedonia

Ursula Sanchez (MPA), Global Drug Policy Program, Open Society Foundations in Budapest, Hungary and New York, USA

Emma Eniko Ferencz (One-year MAPP), Higgs Field Project in Budapest, Hungary

Suluck Fai Lamubol (MPA), International Crisis Group, Korean Peninsula Office in Seoul, South Korea

Balint Nemeth (MPA), Urban and Municipal Finance Unit, UN-Habitat in Nairobi, Kenya

Nuruddin Ahmed (MPA), Sunlight Foundation in Washington, D.C., USA

Shaileshwori Sharma (MPA), Minority Rights Group International, London, UK

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