We are so pleased to welcome a stellar team of Amherst College summer interns to The Springfield Institute! From left to right:
- Andreas Shepard is from Indiana. He is an Economics major, and will be working with Trevis Wray on youth leadership, data collection and analysis, and managing the web site.
- Jesse Anderson is from Rochester, NY. He is an English major, and will be supporting the Substance Abuse Policy Institute and working with Julius Ford from Western Mass Center for Healthy Communities.
- Siobhan McKissic is from Chicago. Her majors are Theater & Dance and Music, and she will be working with Maryann Mohamoud supporting Breaking the Silence.
- Keith Wine is from Springfield, Missouri. His major is Russian. He will be using his Spanish language skills (and other skills) to support my work with the Holyoke Food and Fitness Policy Council and the North End Campus Coalition.
I hope you get to meet them soon!
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