LEO’s undergraduate interns gain real-world experience working on research to better understand and unleash effective poverty interventions. They work on all aspects of our projects including exploratory research, data analysis, project management, marketing and communications, and administration.
Our Summer 2021 intern class includes 14 of Notre Dame’s best and brightest students. Meet one of them now.
Class of 2022
Back for her second summer as a LEO intern, but first summer in person, is Brigid, an Economics and Mathematics double major from Warren, New Jersey. She’ll be continuing her role as a Project Design Research Assistant, working closely with LEO’s research team in the project development process.
We asked Brigid about what drew her to LEO, and this is what she told us: “I wanted to engage in research that comes from working with community organizations to build relationships with those who really know what and where the need is. I'm excited to be involved with LEO's work to provide evidence that is meaningful and important for both service providers and policy makers.”
In her time outside of LEO, this coming fall Brigid will be president of the Economics Club here at Notre Dame. The Economics Club seeks to connect economics students with more opportunities to dive into the major and apply their passion into new research, careers, and other spaces.
We also asked Brigid about her favorite spot at Notre Dame: “My favorite spot on campus is definitely the Grotto—it doesn't get much more beautiful or peaceful than there.”