Hauser Center Summer Fellows 2008
2008 we have created a new Hauser Summer Fellowship program
to support Harvard students working with the Hauser Center
or in nonprofit organizations across the globe.
is the first Hauser Summer Fellow Intern and is working at
Harvard jointly with the Hauser Center and the Program in
Criminal Justice. Ward just finished her sophomore year at
Harvard College with a concentration in Social
Anthropology. She has a strong interest in nonprofit
organizations and in past summers has had the opportunity
to work at the Harlem Children's Zone and the National
Foundation for Teaching Entrepreneurship.
is an intern for Soho-Ku New Vision, a public service NGO
in Shanghai. Zhang is setting up a curriculum for high
school teenagers on entrepreneurship in western China.
Through business-competition among students, they hope to
match-funds through microfinance institutions to put into
is working for Americans for the Arts, a policy and
research NGO in Washington, DC., which is a leading
nonprofit for advancing the arts in America. Park works
with the President and CEO and will have the opportunity to
experience, first hand, the kind of day to day work that is
required for the management of an arts organization.
is interning for the Center for Economic and Social Rights
(CESR) in Madrid, Spain. This international NGO was founded
by Harvard graduates and conducts research on and advocates
for human rights.
is interning in Indonesia with Ashoka, an organization that
works with international development and social
entrepreneurship in developing countries. Park is working
in community-based health clinics in a rural and
under-serviced community for a program that trains local
women in healthcare practices, works to reduce infant
mortality and improve all healthcare in villages.