THANK YOU to our Winter and Spring 2016 Interns!

by Project Pengyou on May 16th, 2016   1017 views

It is that time of the year again when we have to say “再见” (zaijian, goodbye) to our wonderful crew of interns! This past winter and spring, we had the chance to work with 4 passionate and talented students while they were abroad this year.

It is that time of the year again when we have to say “再见” (zaijian, goodbye) to our wonderful crew of interns! This past winter and spring, we had the chance to work with 4 passionate and talented students while they were abroad this year.

Joining us for the winter semester, we had two part-time interns, Sophie Allison and Tammy Tian, from the University of California, San Diego and the University of Wisconsin, Madison respectively. This spring, we had two more part-time interns join us in the office: Megan Cansfield from the University of Michigan and Mi-yeon Park from the College of New Jersey (affectionately known as “M&M”) who both were studying abroad through the IES program.

Check out some of the blog posts they’ve contributed over the past few months!

All four of our interns this year were some of the most genuine and sweet individuals we have had the pleasure of working with. Each of you brought wonderful energy and ideas to the courtyard, and we enjoyed learning with you and from you. As you return home and continue on to other pursuits we know you will continue to be bridge-builders, and we’re looking forward to seeing what you will do in the future.

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Tammy, Mi-yeon and Megan

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“M&M”

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Tammy & Sophie

Thank you all for the wonderful memories, and come back to visit us soon!


If you’re looking to intern at Golden Bridges, you’re in luck! We accept interns on a rolling basis so positions are available for fall and spring of the next academic year! Check out the requirements here and contact us at nihao@projectpengyou.org.

Read their individual stories and get to know our interns better:


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