If you are interested in an internship opportunity at the Right Question Institute please contact Siyi Chu email: Siyi dot Chu at rightquestion dot org 

Current Interns

Katherine Cabral is a rising sophomore at Bates College. She has an interest in Politics major with minors in Spanish and Education studies. At Bates, she is co-leader for Women of Color, participates in Track & Field and a fellow for the Office of Intercultural Education. Katherine hopes to empower marginalized individuals through The Right Question Institute’s various techniques and methods. Katherine’s hobbies include watching HGTV’s Property Brothers and practicing mindfulness.

David Shin is a rising junior at Amherst College majoring in Sociology and Law, Jurisprudence, and Social Thought. He is interested in issues of diversity in education and hopes to work in education policy after he graduates. In his free time, David likes to drink bubble tea, swim at the beach and watch cat videos.



Rachel Sokolov is currently an upcoming Junior at the University of Michigan majoring in Psychology and French and pursuing a minor in Women’s Studies labeled Gender, Race and Nation. Rachel plans to continue her studies along the legal track with the eventual goal of attending law school. Before enrolling in university, Rachel was a competitive synchronized skater and represented the United States at several International competitions. Currently, Rachel advocates for prisoners’ rights and looks forward to examining the intersections between economic inequality, education, mental health and crime.