Nine Union College seniors were recently chosen to represent the College’s next Minerva Fellows program. They will travel the globe to work in developing countries while paired up with a social entrepreneurial organization.
The students will work for 11 months and return to the College and live in a Minerva house for one month, where they will participate in a social entrepreneurial course and educate current students about their experiences abroad.
This year's group of fellows are:
Amanda Greenberg and Ian Schwartz
The Global Child - Cambodia
Alagra Bass, Sarah Gagnon and Aaron Glosser
Yanapuma Foundation - Ecuador
Alexis Deeb and Matthew Kelleher
Engeye Health Clinic - Uganda
McCord Hospital - South Africa
Bagru Textiles - India