Five of the College’s rising seniors have the opportunity to serve as representatives at the U.S. Mission to NATO headquarters in Brussels.
For eight weeks, the interns are responsible for monitoring press wires, compiling research and writing briefs for the ambassador.
“No other undergraduate institution in the country has this opportunity,” Vice Provost for International Affairs Mitchell Reiss said in a press release.
Barbara Pate Glacel ’70 worked directly with NATO to develop this opportunity for the College. Since the internship’s establishment in 2005, the College has sent 13 students to Brussels.
“The U.S. Student Program is truly exceptional,” Lisa Grimes, the College’s Student Fulbright Program advisor, said in a press release earlier this week.