Welcoming a Bryn Mawr student-intern to the team

September 12, 2013

Women’s World Banking is pleased to welcome Ying (Susan) Gao, a 2013 Bryn Mawr College graduate, to the Program team as their intern. Susan is the recipient of one of two paid post-graduation internships sponsored by Bryn Mawr.

At the beginning of the 2013 spring semester, Bryn Mawr announced the creation of two paid post-graduation internships at major international organizations concerned with the global advancement of women.

Those internships recently began as Madhavika (Maddy) Bajoria ’13 started at CARE in Washington D.C. and Ying (Susan) Gao ’13 at Women’s World Banking in New York.

Gao will intern at Women’s World Banking in New York, conducting research to enable its Product Development division to incubate new financial services to help low-income women build financial futures for their families around the world.

These remarkable opportunities were made possible by targeted donations from several Bryn Mawr alumnae in support of the College’s Women for the World initiatives.

These two internships will enable Bajoria and Gao to advance their qualifications for working on such issues while simultaneously deepening the College’s relationship with two of the most important organizations in this field.

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