Global Impact internships: Bhutan, Burma and beyond
Written by Dan Shine
One is in Bhutan. Another is working in Burma. A few are in India and many other countries across the world. They’re among the 20 graduate students in this summer’s Global Impact internship program, sponsored by the William Davidson Institute, a non-profit research and educational institute at the University of Michigan. The students are working for companies, nonprofits, startup ventures and NGOs. They’re conducting market research for a malaria test, developing solar products, creating an impact assessment strategy and investigating barriers to success for entrepreneurs. You can follow them on their blog.