Every year ILF hosts college students and recent graduates from Asian countries to give them a global internship and traineeship at the ILF headquarter office in Washington D.C.
Coordinator of Fellows
I graduated with a master’s degree in International Public Policy and Management from the University of Southern California in December 2017. For undergraduate studies I graduated from the Sichuan College of Media and Communication in China. Before I came to the US, I had the privilege of working for the Chengdu TV station in China for four years. ILF has provided me a wonderful opportunity to engage with community leaders, government officials, and private sectors. It is a position where my experience, interpersonal and organizational skills are all well practiced.
Cho i was born and raised in Seoul, Republic of Korea. She is majoring in Biology at Yong-In University, South Korea and International Relations at Roanoke College in Roanoke, VA. She studied at Oxford University during summer 2017 and learned about 16th century English Literature and History. Prior to ILF, she worked as a Maroon Ambassador at Roanoke College Admissions Office and as a Lead Lab Assistant at Genetic Lab in Yong-In University. She has also served as a private tutor. Choki is currently a member of Tennis Club and Model UN in Roanoke College. She is fluent at both Korean and English and is very interested in learning more about diversity and equality.
Eunsil has been with ILF throughout this winter as an intern and worked on Civic Fellowship Program promotions along with operations and non-profit management projects. She is originally from Seoul, South Korea and came to America a year ago through the Korea Government Internship Program.
Fuyuan is a current senior at Brown University, studying International Relations and Economics. Born and raised in China, she developed an interest in increasing Asian American representation, which has led her to join ILF as a winter intern. She mainly assists with creating pre-program and post-program surveys to evaluate students’ experience in workshops and summer internships. She also works on developing social media marketing strategies to promote the fellowship program in China.