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Interns and Volunteers
Sarah Nemeth is a third-year student pursuing a dual degree in International Affairs and Economics with a minor in Social Work. She has always been passionate about foreign affairs, advocacy, and law, and she participated in an international human rights study abroad program in Prague, Czech Republic this past summer. In addition to volunteering with the Center, she serves as the President Pro-Tempore of the Legislative Branch of the FSU Student Government Association. Upon graduation, she hopes to take her experiences at FSU and with the Center to pursue a career in international law.
Danielle is a senior majoring in political science and women’s studies at Florida State. She has always had a passion for advocacy and helping people in any way possible. Outside of the CAHR Danielle is also a teaching assistant for an undergraduate research class and on the leadership board for Phi Alpha Delta, Pre-Law Fraternity. After graduation in the Spring, Danielle will be attending law school to further pursue her goal of helping underserved communities.
My name is Julia Garber and I’m a junior at Florida State University. I’m studying International Affairs with an interest in law and public administration. In addition to working as an intern with FSU CAHR, I’m involved in the World Affairs Program, Seminole Striders, and the Environmental Service Program. In my free time you can find me hanging out with my friends or working out at the Leach.
Haley Tobias is a current junior at Florida State University. Her major is Human Resource Management, and her minors are Child Development and Political Science. I plan to go to law school to pursue child law. During the semester, in addition to volunteering with CAHR, she works for a lobbying firm and serves as a Guardian Ad Litem. In her free time, she enjoys painting, long boarding, and hanging out with her cat Bean.
Brianne Basdeo (she/her)is a third-year student majoring in international affairs and sociology with a minor in social work. she has always been extremely passionate about civil and human rights advocacy. During her time at FSU, a lot of her efforts and involvements have revolved around diversity, equity, and inclusion work. She is hopeful that her time at the CAHR will allow her to have insightful experiences that will assist with her future endeavors.
Carmen is from Costa Rica but moved to the United States When she was 8 years ago. She is a biomedical engineering major on the premed path. Her goal is to better healthcare processes throughout her career.
Rachel is pursuing a degree in cyber criminology with a minor in Mandarin. She has been with the Center since May of 2021. After graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in human rights and computer science.
Lydia is graduating in the fall with an undergraduate degree in International Affairs. She wants to pursue a career path in international development and humanitarian aid and hopes to use her experience with the Center to develop her knowledge and abilities to represent vulnerable populations and human rights advocacy. Upon completing her degree, Lydia plans to apply to a master’s program in public policy, and hopes to spend time with the Peace Corps. She has been an intern at the Center for almost 2 years now and will continue to serve and learn about developing countries abroad.