Student Program Assistants
Student Program Assistants with prior experience learning abroad are available for consultations with students considering study, research, or internships abroad.
In weekly office hours each semester, these peer advisors can help you think about:
- What kind of experience would best fit your academic and professional goals;
- Which factors you should consider in weighing your learning abroad options;
- How you should go about planning for your learning abroad experience; and
- Who else you should talk with.
As peer advisors, they also hold conversations with students who have returned to campus following their time abroad, helping them unpack their experiences, re-acclimate to campus, and envision ways to academically and professionally build on their time abroad.
Chloe Dorsainvil-Stubbs ’21, Engaging Ghana and SI2 Program Assistant
Major: Global Studies and Development Minor: Politics Nexus: Non-profit Organizations
Chloe interned with NKWA Foundation as part of our Engaging Ghana pilot in 2019. She is an active member of Model United Nations (MUN), as Vice-president of the Mount Holyoke MUN and as Director of Events in the Five College MUN secretariat. Chloe is from Miami, Florida and loves spending her free time listening to music. Chloe comes from a Haitan and Jamaican background. Chloe is creating a social enterprise by the name of N'ap Manje (We're Eating) in Ennery, Artibonite, Haiti. Chloe hopes to successfully address the food insecurity and unemployment in her community.
Please sign up via this calendar link.