Tag Archives: Political Science

#Snapshot: Nigel’s Journey to Foreign Service

Welcome to another edition of #Snapshot, where we bring you a glimpse of what’s going on at Summer Search.

Nigel at Tufts University

That’s Summer Search Boston alumnus Nigel Robinson at Tufts University, where he will be attending grad school in the fall, pursuing his Master’s Degree in International Affairs. Continue reading #Snapshot: Nigel’s Journey to Foreign Service

#Snapshot: An Opportunity to Make a Difference

Welcome to another edition of #Snapshot, where we bring you a glimpse of what’s going on at Summer Search.

Fatou at the MPSA Conference

This is Summer Search New York City college student Fatoumata Sankare. Earlier this month, she had the opportunity to present her abstract called “Women In Islam: Reclaiming Their Religion” at the 76th annual Midwest Political Science Association (MPSA) conference at the University of Chicago. Continue reading #Snapshot: An Opportunity to Make a Difference

#Snapshot: Getting Political

Welcome to another edition of #Snapshot, where we bring you a glimpse of what’s going on at Summer Search.

The eyes of the nation are fixed on Election Day on November 8, which will bring an end of one of the craziest presidential races in history.

As a counter to all of the campaign controversy, we wanted to shine the light on a few of our own, hard-working young Summer Search leaders, who have stepped into the political arena and are looking to make an impact. Continue reading #Snapshot: Getting Political

Speaking Up in Philly

Our mission is to help our students become college-educated leaders who give back to their families and communities. That means every Summer Searcher is a leader, and their leadership can take many forms.

One way they can lead is by speaking up, by lending their voices to issues that are important to them, no matter how difficult, uncomfortable or emotional.

Recently, two Philadelphia Summer Searchers had opportunities to do just that, to speak up and be vocal and visible leaders in their community. Continue reading Speaking Up in Philly