Internships

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

Current Interns

Erin Block is a student at the Harvard Graduate School of Education. Having earned her EdM in Prevention Science and Practice last year, she is currently pursuing licensure for school guidance counseling. Prior to coming to HGSE, Erin taught pre-K in Atlanta and did program evaluation for an education non-profit in Massachusetts. In her experiences in and out of the classroom over the past several years, Erin has become passionate about empowering young people’s personal identities and sense of agency. The advocacy lens she seeks to employ with students resonates strongly with the Right Question Institute’s frameworks of asking questions to self-advocate. Erin is excited to engage in RQI’s strategy work to expand her own understanding of the work that educators are doing to infuse advocacy into their work.

Kayla Cha is a graduate student at Harvard Graduate School of Education in the Education Policy and Management program. Her experience as a teacher in a high-need neighborhood fueled her passion in wanting to play a role in the education reform to help close the achievement gap and stop systemic oppression of students from marginalized communities. In her free time, Kayla enjoys spending time with her friends and family, exploring new restaurants, leisure reading, and traveling.

 

Evan Fantozzi is a junior at Tufts University majoring in International Relations, with minors in Child Study and Human Development and Urban Studies. He has a primary focus on child and family welfare, and seeks to discover policy-based strategies for empowering marginalized identities and communities. In his free time, Evan enjoys listening to podcasts, playing fantasy basketball, and going on spontaneous road-trips.

Joan Kim is a junior at Tufts University studying biopsychology and environmental communications with a minor in Chinese. She is interested in POC/WOC issues as well as education. She is involved in the Tufts Korean Student’s Association’s Big Brother Big Sister group. As an intern with RQI, she hopes to learn more about education advancements and apply them to her work.