By Hannah Chadwick Dias
People keep telling me that internships are a great way to start finding out my interests, where I want to work, what I want to do, what types of jobs to look for, and how to go about it. Their advice did not truly sink in until I completed my undergraduate studies.
Like many recent graduates, I was not sure what I wanted to do after college. I was certain that I did not want to pursue a graduate degree right away, and I knew I wanted to work in the field of human rights. I thought about developing sustainable programs in the areas of human trafficking, disability rights, education for children, advocacy work for
marginalized communities, as well as food security and water sanitation. These ideas helped me secure a spot in the 2016 USICD summer internship program, and they placed me at…
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