Natalia Deyneka 2L received an International Internship Award from UNC's Center for Global Initiatives, which will enable her to intern with Human Rights First's Refugee Protection Program in New York City. Her work for the organization will include conducting intake interviews with potential asylum clients, performing interpretation services, extensive legal research, and other tasks as needed.
The Center for Global Initiatives awarded $134,927 in financial support to 36 students to complete global internships, independent research and self-designed projects during the summer of 2013. These awards, funded by private gifts to the UNC Global Education Fund and the University, give students the opportunity for deep engagement with a global community through work, experiential education, teaching or research.
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-July 1, 2013