After reaching the end of my internship at IBJ, I head back home.
International Bridges to Justice
With only one week left before my internship at IBJ comes to an end, I work on completing some unfinished projects.
This week I took a break from my current projects to work on new documents for IBJ's Board of Directors and Board of Advisors.
Due to sickness, this week was cut short but I still managed to complete several projects during the start of the week.
My internship is half-way done and I start a couple of new projects.
I finally heard back from the UN this week and began working on my application for emergency aid to Burundi.
This week I worked on various side projects, finished two proposals for Burundi and Cambodia, and called IBJ's country director in India.
This week I worked on two proposals for NED and took up a new activity that presented a fun and challenging experience.
During week three I recognize a potential problem at IBJ, learn the ins and outs of writing proposals, and receive more projects for next week.
During week two I worked on five projects and visited the town of Zermatt by the Swiss Alps.
My first week in Geneva involved exploring the sprawling city, meeting the staff at IBJ, receiving my first assignment, and taking part in a fascinating meeting with the founder and CEO of IBJ, Karen Tse.