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McDonough Partners With Fabretto in Nicaragua for Student Internships

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Georgetown University’s McDonough School of Business has started a new partnership with the Fabretto Children’s Foundation, a Nicaraguan non-profit organization that provides assistance for those children most in need in Central America. To inaugurate this partnership, two undergraduate students will be awarded $2,500 stipends to become Fabretto Fellows for Summer 2013. Fellows will travel and stay in Nicaragua for five to six weeks and participate in developing Fabretto’s strategic plan, carry out cost-benefit analysis, and help in research and product ideas.

Sophomores, juniors, or seniors who are proficient in Spanish and wish to apply should send a resume and cover letter to Rebecca Cassidy in the Undergraduate Program Office by April 1, 2013.