Nich Vunn: Seeking an International Development Internship
For a copy of Nich's resume, please email Program Director Madison Shepard (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Bio: Srey Nich Vunn, or “Nich” as most people call her, is a senior at Gettysburg College, double majoring in international affairs and economics. After witnessing and learning about social injustice in various parts of the world, Nich hopes to become an international human rights attorney when she returns home to Cambodia.
In her senior year, Nich received the Senior Scholarship Prize and a Silent Leader Award from Gettysburg for her dedication to service and outstanding academic achievement. She is also a new member of Sigma Iota Rho and Omicron Delta Epsilon Chapter.
Nich is a Garthwait Leadership Center mentor and an admissions tour guide on campus. She is also an Office Assistant at the Center for Career Engagement, and is a Program Coordinator for Immersion Projects at Center for Public Service. Last year, she organized and led a public service trip to Alabama to learn about civil rights. Last year, she was selected to do a Summer Fellowship in Namibia for 8 weeks that focused on youth development.
Nich grew up in a small community in Siem Reap, Cambodia. In 2016, she graduated from Jay Pritzker Academy (JPA), a prestigious school where she studied both American and Cambodian curriculums concurrently starting in sixth grade. At JPA, Nich was elected to be the Student Council Vice President and became the School President acting as the liaison between the administration and the students in her senior year. She also founded and directed the first guitar club at her school, which organized performances for assemblies and taught students the fun aspect of music. Nich then went on to study global affairs at the American University of Phnom Penh and completed three semesters before applying to SHE-CAN.
Highlights From Nich's Past Work Experience:
Dean's List GPA: 3.68 Languages Spoken: English and Khmer