Interns and volunteers play a very important role at WMI. They have contributed enormously to WMI's success.
WMI has internship opportunities available both in Bethesda and in Buyobo, Uganda on a rolling basis. College students and graduates students, as well as adults, are invited to apply. Interns are assigned specific projects for the duration of their internships.
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Three new school rooms in Buyobo, Uganda constructed with help and support from WMI interns
WMI high school interns Maggie Sullivan and Nalini Pillai in Buyobo painting the new classrooms.
WMI interns Sam Pearl-Schwartz and Zach Watson teaching grade 7 math in Buyobo Primary School.
WMI interns Noah Martin and Zach Watson play soccer with village teen-agers after finishing their teaching duties
WMI intern Madison Dipman shows off her hoeing technique to school children in the village. Interns planted trees to help reforestation.
WMI intern Sarah Cutler shows women in the WMI loan program in Buyobo how to use computers donated by Discovery Communications.
WMI intern Eva Stevenson shells peas with Lambuli to make the interns' dinner.
WMI summer Project Directors Montana Stevenson and Ainsley Morris computerizing loan program data in Buyobo.
WMI interns in Bethesda, Alex Richardson, David Jaffee, Montana Stevenson, Laura Van Oudenaren (with WMI President, Robyn Nietert) and Brian Norris analyze data collected from WMI borrowers.