Cyrus Buckman '18, Center for Career and Community Engagement | Earlham College
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Cyrus Buckman '18

I am Cyrus Buckman, a rising junior Biochemistry major. I enjoy working with people and learning, especially by reading books. My favorite books are non-fiction, including Christian literature. During the summer, I am looking forward to working as an intern for the Global Environment and Technology Foundation (GETF). I am interested in learning about GETF’s work to provide water and energy resources to people in developing and underdeveloped countries. I am excited to be a part of a team that addresses one of several global challenges by working to provide necessities to people who lack them. Also, after spending my previous summer working in a Chemistry lab, I decided to take the opportunity of working in an office to acquire more experience.

About This Internship: 

The Global Environment & Technology Foundation (GETF) is a not-for-profit organization based in the Washington D.C. area that works with all sectors in society to create the infrastructure necessary to achieve sustainable development. GETF specializes in providing strategic guidance on environmental issues to government and business clients and developing and facilitating successful public-private partnership for sustainability. GETF’s current clients include Fortune 500 companies, the US Government and communities. 

Cyrus Buckman

Cyrus Buckman '18

Program Intern, Global Environment & Technology Foundation

Major: Biochemistry

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