From July 6 until July 22, 2017, four Harvard College students fill internships teaching the CHS High School Summer Program (HSSP) in Greece. The teaching fellows will assist the HSSP faculty members in planning, coordinating, and teaching the 2-week, college-level seminar. The internship has two phases: spring preparation in Cambridge MA, and the seminar itself in July in Nafplio, Greece. Learn more about the program here.
Brian is a junior at Harvard College studying Social Studies with a secondary in the Classics. He was born in New Jersey and lives in San Francisco, California. He is still figuring out his career path but hopes to be involved in media production. He is particularly interested in moral education and the media. He enjoys acting, singing, and playing basketball. He is very excited to be a part of the program.
Thomas is a rising third-year student at Harvard College studying history, with an interest in the intersection of religion and the law in the United States. He was born in Santa Barbara, California and has lived in the suburbs of Boston with his family for 14 years. Outside of school, he is interested in music, film, and travel.
Allison is a rising junior at Harvard College studying Social Studies with a secondary in Global Health and Health Policy. She is heavily involved in teaching on campus, teaching Boston-area high school students about international relations as Co-Director of the Harvard Program for International Education. She is also active in Model United Nations through competing on the U.S. college circuit and chairing committees in Boston, China, Peru, and India. Outside of international relations interests, Allison is a member of the a cappella group The Harvard LowKeys and the Latinx theater group Harvard College TEATRO! She’s extremely excited to be a part of this year’s program and cannot wait to arrive in Nafplio!
Kate (Sohyun) Yoon
Kate is a student at Harvard College entering her fourth year. She grew up moving back and forth between Korea and Canada and now calls the vibrant and diverse neighborhood of North York, Toronto, home. Her academic interests are in political theory, especially topics related to international relations and citizenship. She loves drinking and learning about coffee and tea. Greece is the 22nd country she is visiting, just before her 22nd birthday!