Spring 2006 Interns
Melanie Moore received her B.A., magna cum laude, from the University of South Carolina at Columbia in May 2004 with a major in Government and International Studies and a minor in Spanish. Subsequently she served for 14 months in Argentina with Campus Crusade for Christ, working variously in an orphanage, on a university campus developing a campus ministry, and in a rural community in the north of the country. Melanie spent a semester in Guanajuato, Mexico taking courses in International Studies, Spanish, and Art. She is fluent in Spanish and has a special interest in promoting social justice through the use of the arts. Melanie has worked with Joyce Neu on the Uganda project as well as helping with other IPJ projects.
Meredith Stocking graduated from USD in May 2006 on the Dean's List with a major in International Relations and a minor in Spanish. Through Amigos de las Americas she worked for a summer in the Dominican Republic, near the Haitian border, engaging in AIDS education. In San Diego, Meredith has volunteered at the Sudanese English Project and the South Sudan Community Center and the International Rescue Committee’s mother-and-preschool program. She is fluent in Spanish and has traveled to western Europe and studied in Buenos Aires, Argentina, and Guadalajara, Mexico. Meredith has worked with Shelley Lyford on the Women PeaceMakers program and WorldLink.