This blog post was originally published on the Chegg Blog.
Chegg for Good’s mission is to empower students to be catalysts for social change on their campus, in their communities, and around the world.
We’re giving 8 outstanding college students the first-hand opportunity to see international aid programs in action by sending them on an internship in Zambia and South Africa with ONE. We want to educate and empower youth fighting for change with all the necessary tools to be the strongest possible advocates for social good.
Earlier this year you helped us choose the interns in search of a life-changing opportunity. These 8 college students will head to South Africa on July 14 then Zambia a few days later. In both countries they will see international relief efforts in action and meet with locals also fighting for a better life in the place they call home.
But who are these students? They’re activists, club leaders, part-time employees, and all college students looking to make a big difference in the world. We want to highlight these interns individually before the trip. So, from now until the trip kicks off in July we’re going to highlight each student by giving you a little insight to what they’ve been up to since the ONE Summit in Washington, DC. Follow along and join us as we prepare for the trip of a lifetime.
As we post the interviews on the blog, you can find them by clicking the intern’s name below.
Ted Guerrero, Loyola Marymount
Kamra Sadia Hakim, Arizona State University
Fallon Frappier, Furman University
Cate Lynn, University of Oklahoma
Allyson Myers, Northwest University
James Townsend, Salisbury University
Nicole Zamostny, Virginia Tech