2016 Moellership Cohort

Wrojensky Andre

Wrojensky Andre

Wrojensky Andre

Major: Economics, Philosophy, and Marketing

Year in school: Junior

Moellership agency: Deep Jyoti

Career goal(s)/post-graduation plans:Pursue my master's in economics and in political philosophy for an in-depth understanding of how political and economic institutions relate to well-being, prosperity, health, education, income, and more.

Why did you apply for the Moellership Program?In fall 2015, I was working with Deep Jyoti on a social entrepreneurship project to help sustain the organization and make it more independent. One of my mentors at FSU, Associate Director Latika Young, informed me on how I could go in-depth with my project by doing research on its impact, as well as volunteering again with the organization. I took her advice and applied.

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Jackie Bucheck

Jackie Bucheck

Jackie Bucheck

Major: Urban and Regional Planning

Year in school: Second year graduate student

Moellership agency: World Wildlife Fund Cambodia

Career goal(s)/post-graduation plans:

I hope to use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) as a visual communication and analysis tool to promote global environmental conservation and social/economic equity.

Why did you apply for the Moellership Program?

I applied for the Moellership program in order to fund a service experience that is directly related to my career goals. I will be using GIS and InVEST software as part of an ongoing effort to protect the environmental and social aspects of the Eastern Plains Landscape in Cambodia.

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Alexandra Duprey

Alexandra Duprey

Alexandra Duprey

Major: Environmental studies with a minor in urban planning

Year in school: Third year

Moellership agency: EduCARE India

Career goal(s)/post-graduation plans: Attend graduate school for urban and regional planning with a focus on environmentally sustainable planning for developing countries. One day I hope to work with an international entity like the United Nations on creating inexpensive, environmentally friendly housing or cities for peoples in low socioeconomic areas around the world.

Why did you apply for the Moellership Program?

I believe that this is an incredible opportunity to learn more about the career I’m following and to see where there is a place for me to create effective change in the sustainable development field.

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Kathryn Kelley

Kathryn Kelley

Kathryn Kelley

Major:  Engineering/ Graduate School in GIS

Year in school: Super Senior

Moellership agency: South Africa Shark Conservancy

Career goal(s)/post-graduation plans:

Work as a researcher on biodiversity, endangered species, or climate change.

Why did you apply for the Moellership Program?

I applied for the Moellership program because I saw an opportunity to invest in my future. This project will help me gain experience in research and tracking. It will also allow me to share what I know and will learn with new people, thus spreading pivotal information to inspire the next generation of conservationist.

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Anesu Makina

Anesu Makina

Anesu Makina

Major: Geography

Year in school: PhD in Geography

Moellership agency: Habitat for Humanity in Tallahassee

Career goal(s)/post-graduation plans: A combination of academic, research, and policy oriented work

Why did you apply for the Moellership Program?

I wanted to spend the summer engaging with topical issues that are confronting society, and I was really drawn to the idea of a summer of service.

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Brian Menard

Brian Menard

Brian Menard

Major: Psychology

Year in school: Junior

Moellership agency: SeriousFun Children’s Network

Career goal(s)/post-graduation plans: Earning a Master’s degree in higher education and student affairs is the next step. We’ll see where things go from there.

Why did you apply for the Moellership Program?

I applied for the Moellership Program because of my love for the SeriousFun Children’s Network and for service in general. I wanted an experience that would allow me to combine the two and leave a greater impact on an issue I’m passionate about.

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Kim Reid

Kim Reid

Kim Reid

Major: International and Comparative Education, Educational Leadership and Policy Studies

Year in school: 20

Moellership agency: The Village Bicycle Project

Career goal(s)/post-graduation plans:

To support experiential education programming in international development in the non-profit sector

Why did you apply for the Moellership Program?  

For the chance to continue my work with VBP, to return to work for an organization I believe in and have experience with, and to travel and gain additional experience working in Sub-Saharan Africa

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