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EPFP Internship Reflections

Monday, June 12, 2017   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Sarah McCann
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EPFP counts interns as an essential part of our team. Learn more about what it's like to intern here at IEL.

Hi All!

I’m Joie, a rising senior at The George Washington University double majoring in Sociology and International Affairs with a concentration in International Development (and I’m trying to squeeze in an Anthropology minor, wish me luck!). I worked with the Education Policy Fellowship Program as their Communications Intern from June to August this summer. I was drawn to IEL because of its emphasis on community-based solutions to education issues and its real focus on success for all students. During my time here, this admiration has only increased. IEL organizes so many great programs for so many populations of students and I have learned a lot about issues I had not been exposed to previously.

Read on about Joie's work for EPFP...

Hello there! I am Sunny Garcia; a Senior International Studies major from UC Irvine.

Passionate Educator and Performer.


I had the opportunity to spend 11 weeks in DC, interning and learning about our nation’s capital. Before arriving in DC, I went through the wonderful process of searching...and applying…for the perfect Internship. My search took me to IEL. I can’t be thankful enough for the opportunity I had interning with the Education Policy Fellowship Program. It’s great to hear you are interested in EPFP and I hope sharing my experience will assist you in finding the best internship!

Read on about Sunny's time with EPFP...





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