Dörte S. Neumeister '17, Center for Career and Community Engagement | Earlham College
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Dörte S. Neumeister '17

What are your interests?

Reading and animals, as well as reading about animals

What are you looking forward to this summer?

To get to work on threatened ecosystems in order to aid their preservation 

What goals do you have for this summer?

To be able to learn as much as I can about a topic that I am passionate about at my home country

What do you hope to achieve with this internship?

I hope that I will be able to apply the knowledge I have gained during my life at Earlham to the real world at my home country.


Dörte S. Neumeister

Dörte S. Neumeister '17

Intern, ECOPAR

Major: Biology

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