Students Forge Personalized Experiences of Service with Forest Fellowships

With fellowships from the Forest Foundation, three Bowdoin students have independently forged unique summer experiences, creating opportunities that correlate with their passions.

Considering a career in public health, Tracie Goldsmith ’14 is interning with Bangor’s public health department. Hoping to devote herself to early childhood development, Michelle Johnson ’15 is working with two United Ways in southern Maine. And interested in defending the rights of juveniles, Hannah Wurgaft ’14 is interning at the Cumberland Legal Aid Clinic in Portland this summer.

The Forest Foundation supports undergraduates committed to grappling with social problems associated with poverty, women, children or health.

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