2016 Summer Interns

Each year student interns make meaningful contributions to Verité’s in-depth research. This summer, Verité benefited from the work of 11 interns on a variety of projects. We recognize their impact on our work to ensure fair, safe, and legal working conditions across the globe. Thank you for sharing your insight and enthusiasm on the following research projects:


Kyle Compton, UMass Amherst: Emerging Markets, Palm Oil, Gold, Responsible Recruitment


Seth Daire, University of Denver: Coffee


Sarah Feldman, Smith College: Africa


Joana Hassan, Mount Holyoke College: Africa


Rachel Kyes, University of Texas at Dallas: Africa


Hubert Lang, Harvard Extension: Emerging Markets, Palm Oil, Gold, Responsible Recruitment


Leo Lou, Duke University: Africa


Georgia Nichols, Brandeis University: Emerging Markets, Palm Oil, Gold, Responsible Recruitment


Noah Schramm, University of Washington: Responsible Recruitment, Emerging Markets, Fishing


Alessandria Schumacher, Middlebury College: Responsible Recruitment, Fishing


Carolyn Tan, Mount Holyoke College: Africa


Verité welcomes interns year-round. While we are no longer accepting applications for the Fall 2016 Research Internship, we continue to seek applications for the Fall 2016 Communications Internship. Check our website in November 2016 for our J-term and Spring semester internship descriptions or check out our current employment opportunities here.

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