S. Som, USA
With only a week in Nepal, I had the pleasure of accompanying Mr. Ram Hugamai, a photojournalist with over 20 years of experience in the field and Senior Editor of Gorkhapatra National Daily on a journey through Nepal’s capital city of Kathmandu—a bustling city full of history, culture, and scenery, jam-packed with over 3 million people, devout in their spiritually, traditions, and good will, but also eager and ready for political, social, and economical change.
Medical Elective, February-March,2011
Coming to Nepal and coming to see how medicine in Nepal works has made an incredible impression on me.
–Simon Gillespie, Canada
Photojournalism Intern, October-December 2010
As a university student, I strongly believe that having internships is the greatest way to learn.
–Seth Ostrowski, USA,
When I graduated from the University of Alaska Anchorage in December of 2007, I realized that I had yet to do a single internship.
– Steve Francois,
As a student in political science, the chance to experience working in a foreing country is priceless. To be able to do it in Nepal was wonderful and will help troughout my life.
– Crystal Street
The opportunity to work as a journalist in a foreign country is a priceless experience, and in the proper environment it can alter career paths and life perspectives.
–Brian Wraight, USA
When I came to Nepal I had never stood in front of a class and tried to teach before. For those of you in the same situation fear not.
–Haresh Tilani, Singapore
My experience in Nepal was eye-opening, to say the least. Things kicked off with a short stay with the very hospitable Mr.
–Todd Krainin, USA
Having been to the Kingdom of Nepal as a tourist just eight months ago, I thought I had a good idea of what to expect.