The skills I gained while interning with the U.S. Mission to NATO are certainly coming in handy during my first year of law school. Thanks to the Hinckley Institute, I am a step above my classmates.
— Cody Rogers: Brussels, Belgium

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I’ve come away from my Hinckley Institute with the U.S. Embassy with confidence in my Mandarin, enthusiasm for future partnerships between the U.S. and China, as well as a better understanding of the importance of coexistent culture.
— Meredith Andolsek: Beijing, China

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My Hinckley Institute internship with he Norma Love Foundation was deeply satisfying because I was able to work and grow to love a people so distinct from myself.
— Jason Fry: Morocon, Honduras

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I still sit in awe when I think back to my internship with the Institute of Diplomacy. It changed not only my perspective of the world, but also my ultimate career.
— Sadaf Baghbani: Amman, Jordan

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If there’s one thing I learned from interning with the Cambodian Aids Authority, it’s that the world starts where your comfort zone ends and my world became much bigger because of it.
— Steve Dien: Phnom Penh, Cambodia

Interning at Grupo Estrategia Politica, the top lobbying firm in Mexico City provided me a unique set of experience that will add a rare and competitive edge in both my collegiate experience and future career.
— Paul Salazar: Mexico City, Mexico

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The Hinckley Institute provides enormous opportunities. My internship with the E.U. Parliament is part of my education that will last for the rest of my life.
— Eduardo Reyes-Chavez: Brussels, Belgium

As a graduate student in public administration, I have gained valuable administrative experience from my internship with MAITRI.
— Katie Naylor: New Delhi, India

My internship with Ascend Alliance has helped me discover for myself what it is I really feel passionate about, and what it is I really feel I can change for the better.
— Thomas Smith: Janac, Peru

My internship with the U.S. State Department was the highlight of my college experience can honestly say it changed my life forever.
— Shelisa Naoles: Madrid, Spain