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SPRING 2019 INTERNS
Corbin Cerny is a Senior at George Mason University, pursuing a degree in Global Affairs with concentrations in Governance and International Development. During the Fall of 2018 he was Global Politics Fellow at George Mason University’s Schar School of Policy and Government, and worked in the field of cultural diplomacy as an intern at Washington Performing Arts with the Embassy Adoption Program. Corbin has also had the opportunity to study abroad during the Winter Term of 2017/18, participating in the American College Program through the Université de Fribourg in Switzerland. While abroad, he attended seminars and meetings at several organizations including the United Nations Office in Geneva, The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, and the European Parliament. Prior to attending George Mason, Corbin studied orchestral performance at the Cleveland Institute of Music. He is originally from Medina, Ohio and is a loyal Cleveland sports fan.
Rebecca Howe is a first-year graduate student at George Washington University’s Elliott School of International Affairs. She is pursuing her Master’s in International Affairs with concentration on international security studies. She holds a BA in History from the University of Oxford, where she was President of the Student Union. After completing her undergraduate degree, Rebecca joined the UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office in the Americas Directorate, working on UK policy on several countries in Latin America. In her first semester of graduate school, she interned at Vital Voices. She is an Associate Editor for the Elliott School’s International Affairs Review, and sits on the policy committee of the George Washington College Democrats. Rebecca is originally from Surrey, England, and is trying to get to as many National Parks as possible during her time in the U.S. (8 down, many to go!)
Bailey Dinman is a senior at the University of Maryland, pursuing a degree in Government and Politics, with a concentration in International Relations. To enhance her studies, Bailey has chosen to pursue joint minors in Public Leadership, and International Development and Conflict Management, and has participated in the Global Fellows and Rawlings Undergraduate Leadership Fellows programs. Further, she spent the spring 2018 semester studying International Affairs in Paris, France, where she developed an understanding of global issues through a European perspective and improved her French language skills. Bailey has previously interned at the United Nations Foundation, Freedom House, and Amnesty International. She currently serves on UNA-NCA’s Board as the Student Representative. Bailey is from Rockville, Maryland.
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