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2020 Learning Outcomes Reception

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On Wednesday, September 16, hear from ten Pace students who participated in the Wilson Center’s funded internship program about what they learned from their unique experiences working for a variety of social enterprises and nonprofit organizations in the NYC metro area.

On Wednesday, September 16, 2020, the Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship will welcome back its cohort of 2020 summer interns for a virtual Learning Outcomes Reception! Beginning at 12:10 p.m., the Pace students who participated in the Wilson Center’s funded internship program will briefly present the learning outcomes of their respective internship experiences. Each summer, the Wilson Center funds up to 15 Pace students in full-time internships at unique and innovative social enterprises and nonprofit organizations in the NYC metro area. Join us!

Wednesday, September 16, 2020
Beginning at 12:10 p.m.
Learning Outcomes Reception Zoom link

  • >> Laurianne Gutierrez ’21 (BA in Political Science) | 9/11 Memorial and Museum, Government and Community Affairs Intern
  • >> Viha Datt ’21 (BBA in International Management) | Asian American Federation, Advocacy and Policy Intern
  • >> Natalie Kim ’21 (BA in Environmental Studies & Peace and Justice Studies) | Billion Oyster Project, Summer Intern
  • >> Kathryn Allen ’20 (BA in Peace and Justice Studies) | Center for Employment Opportunities, Special Projects Intern
  • >> Kelly Wong ’21 (BS in Biology) | College Money Matters, Information Research Intern
  • >> Jelena Goldstein ’21 (BA in Economics and Communications) | Control Arms, Summer Campaign Associate
  • >> Geanina Riley ’21 (BA in Political Science) | ExpandED Schools, Program Intern
  • >> Carter Boyd ’21 (BA in Political Science) | Global Policy Forum, Advocacy Intern
  • >> Daisy Rivera ’20 (MA in Environmental Policy) | Hudson River Park Trust, Environmental Educator and Estuary Lab Intern
  • >> Leigh Bauer ’23 (BA in Film and Screen Studies and Communication Studies) | Women Make Movies, Program Intern

The mission of the Helene and Grant Wilson Center for Social Entrepreneurship is to promote social change through entrepreneurship. The Center furthers this mission by serving as a resource to Pace students and faculty across all disciplines, social enterprises and nonprofit organizations with education, research, communication and advisory service through various programs, grants and events.

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