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Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco '19

Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco is ecstatic to be working for the Northern Alaska Environmental Center this summer. She just completed her first year at Earlham College where she majors in Peace & Global Studies. After Earlham College, Caitlin plans to attend Law School. Her dream is to work for the United Nations advocating for environmental and human rights. Her favorite pastimes include writing and reading poetry and creative writing, hiking and backpacking, traveling, meeting new people and learning about different cultures. Caitlin has a fiery passion for social justice and environmental activism. While interning for the Northern Alaska Environmental Center, Caitlin hopes to develop a basic understanding of environmental law in addition to enriching her organizational and policy research skills. In her free time, she plans to explore the mountains and forests of Alaska by participating in as many outdoor activities as possible.

 

Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco

Caitlin Corrigan-Orosco '19

Intern, Northern Alaska Environmental Center

Major: Peace and Global Studies

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