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Established in 2015 by Janet K. Langlois '71 (University trustee emerita), this funds supports students from the North Country of New York or the Adirondack region who have secured an internship.

Political Analyst Intern - Embassy of El Salvador


I was able to intern at the Embassy of El Salvador in Washington DC. Throughout my experience, I learned the working mechanics at an internal and external level in an Embassy. From meeting with organizations like the US Census Bureau and the Embassy of Mexico to participating in private discussions regarding urgent issues, the experience was quite rewarding, especially for my interest in politics and international relations. All in all, it was a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity that was facilitated by the Janet K. Langlois '71 Internship Fellowship and Michael W.

International Internship - Trans Memory Archive Argentina


The Trans Memory Archive Argentina is an organization dedicated to reconstructing, highlighting, and preserving Trans Argentinian history through restoration, archivism, the collection of testimonies, and promulgation of their materials. As a young non-binary Argentinian, I’ve closely followed the Archive’s work since 2019, when I first started educating others on Argentinian Queer activism and history.