Past Scholarships

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Former Student Intern Locations

Students who have received a Kloeck-Jenson scholarship reflect on how it has impacted their interest and desire to carry on peace and justice work.

All of the students listed below have received a Kloeck-Jenson Scholarship. Those names with a star have provided pictures & stories from their internship experiences.

Interim 2012

Johanna Gruenewald12, Four Oaks; Cedar Rapids, IA

Jose Aviles ’13, University of Southern California (USC) LGBT Resource Center; Los Angelos, CA

Hannah Johnson ’12, Rwamba Health Center, Sumba Dispensary, and Bama Hospital; Siaya, Kenya

Anne Brooker ’13, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Julia Coffin ’12, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Nicholas Kang ’12, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Patricia Lamas ’12, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Ingrid Olson ’12, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Isaac Rysdahl ’14, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Laura Smith ’12, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Rachael Stets ’14, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Hilary Zander ’13, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

Summer 2011
StarCaleb Harrison ’12, Global Engagement Summer Institute; Uganda
StarColin Martin ’12, Metropolitan Alliance for Common Good; Portland, OR

Interim 2011
StarElizabeth Lampman ’11Women in Progress/Global Mamas (writing biographies of participants in Fair Trade); Ghana
StarMira Yoon ’11, Africa Impact; South Africa

Summer 2010
- Sokun Bobson ’11, Access to Justice Asia; Phnom Penh, Cambodia

– Mara Fink ’11, Oregon Nikkei Legacy Center; Portland, OR

Past Recipients
Interim 2010
StarLam Cao ’10, Experiential Learning International, Mai Auh Gia Trang HIV/AIDS Center; Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
StarNichole Rohlfsen ’10, Namibia Women’s Health Organization; Windhoek, Namibia
StarNicholas Kang ’12, The School for Social Entrepreneurs; London, England

– Matthew Gallagher ’10, The School for Social Entrepreneurs; London, England

Summer 2009

– Jennifer Kanz ’10, Fundacion Yanapuma and Parque Itchimbia; Quito, Ecuador

– Eric Anderson ’10, Jewish Council of Urban Affairs; Chicago, IL
StarSubhash Ghimire ’10, Davis Projects for Peace/Fulbari Summer Camp: Building Hope for Nepalese Children; Arupokhari, Nepal

January 2009
- Vera Belazelkoska ’09, Opportunity International; Granada, Nicaragua

– Hannah Clark ’09, School for Social Entrepreneurship; London, UK

– Tiffany Heaver ’09, Women in Progress; Cape Coast, Ghana

– Alexandra Josephsen ’09, Bangkok Refugee Center; Bangkok, Thailand

– Michaela McLaughlin ’10, L.I.F.E. – Luchemos para una Infancia Feliz y Esperanza; Argentina

– Andrea Mulhausen ’09, EIM Medical Mission, The Wilson Team; St. Paul, MN & San Pedro Sula, Honduras

Summer 2008
- Hashim Yonis ’10, Somali Youth; Nazareth, Ethiopia

– Katherine Tecku ’10, Washington Environmental Council; Seattle, WA

January 2008
- Rachel Bean ’08, African Impact; Livingstone, Zambia

– Bethany Birkelo ’08, African Impac; Linvingstone, Zambia

– Polina Bugayev ’10, Interfaith Service to Latin America; Jalapa, Nicaragua

– Katie Dobie ’08, Laogai Research Foundation; Washington, D.C.

Summer 2007

– Katherine Parent ’09, U.S. Embassy, Oslo, Norway

– Katie Rogotzke ’09, Global Youth Connect, Caracas, Venezuela

January 2007

– Laura Groggel ’08, Bria Schurke ’08, Shayna Melgaard ’07 and Charity Hall ’07
Click here to read about the 2007 Kloeck-Jenson scholarship recipients.

January 2006
- Deanna Steege ’06, Roots and Shoots, Tanzania

– Anna Gieselman ’06, Children Better Way, Buduburam Camp, Ghana

Summer 2005
– Ishanna Rambachan ’08, Shanti Ashram, Tamilnadu, India

January 2005
- Erin Callaghan ’05, Resource Center of The Americas

– Renzo De la Riva Aguero ’05, Samana Wasi, Urubamba, Cuzco, Peru

– Brian Jacobson ’07, Amigos de las Americas, Costa Rica & San Jose, Mexico

– Lucas Paulsen ’05, Cloudforest Initiatives, Chiapas, Mexico

– Rebekah Menning ’05, Independent Study of “Domestic Violence in Mexico”, Puebla & Cuetzalan, Mexico

2004
- Bryan Hinck ’06, medical clinic in Gimbie Ethiopia

– Jesse Horst ’06, Associacion de Paz y Esperanza, Huanuco, Peru

– Pete Stiles ’05, medical clinic in Gimbie, Ethiopia

– Rachel Dixon ’05, Katanga Province, Democratic Repblic of the Congo (formerly Zaire)

– Lauren Wendt ’04, Nuevo Amanecer Andino, Urubamba, Peru

2003
- Erin Callaghan ’05, Amigos de las Americas, Esperanza, Honduras

– Pam Parnell ’04, Kuban State University, Krasnodar, Russia

– Michael Shoemaker ’04, Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution, Monterrey, Mexico

– Liv Sulerud ’04, Institute for International Mediation and Conflict Resolution, Monterrey, Mexico

– Emily Sandgren ’03, WATCH, Minneapolis, MN

– Sarah Olson ’03, Ecumenical Church Loan Fund Dominicana, Dominican Republic

– Anna Heinz ’04, v.Bodelschwinghsche Anastalten Bethel, Bielefeld, Germany