Rébecca Assouline-Béra, 2015
(Sciences Po / Columbia University Dual-Bachelor’s Degree: Economics)
A native of French Martinique, Rébecca Assouline-Béra graduated from high school in 2013 with a French ‘baccalauréat’ in Economics and Social Sciences, and an average score of 21 out of 20 as the head of the ‘academy’ of 3,000 students. Eager to tackle global issues, she chose Sciences Po’s interdisciplinary program, “in order to acquire the ability to analyze the decision-making process critically, taking a chance to stand back before moving ahead.”
Deeply influenced as a child by Al Gore’s documentary ‘An Inconvenient Truth,’ Rébecca’s worldview was also shaped by her involvement as a human rights volunteer in Cape Town. “All these experiences have taught me that public action can make a difference,” she says.
Studying at Sciences Po’s Euro-American campus in Reims, Rébecca became aware of America’s shared values and history with Europe and the continuing importance of close transatlantic relations. Pursuing a fully bilingual curriculum comparing the American and European systems was critical to satisfy her curiosity and prepare her for her studies at Columbia University in the United States. After graduating from Sciences Po as the head of class, she moved to New York this summer where she is studying economics and American Studies.
“Although I am only half-way through my Dual B.A. program experience,” says Rebecca, “I have already learned the value of global education and debate. Enhancing Euro-American unity and trans-cultural understanding will undoubtedly be a guiding principle throughout my professional career.”
Etienne Marié, 2015
(EPITA / Stevens Institute of Technology Dual-Master’s Degree: Master of Science in Information Systems)
Etienne Marié believes that living one year in America is an invaluable human experience for anyone coming from another culture. While studying at Stevens Institute of Technology, he expects to gain a higher point of view about the way the IT world works, while learning from his interactions with people from various backgrounds.
“The United States of America is known for entrepreneurship and a leading position in IT innovation,” says Etienne, “and getting an inside view, along with academic formation, on the way things are done there, will allow for exploration of a completely different mindset.”
Meeting, speaking with and understanding as many people as possible in the USA is major an objective of Etienne’s, along with exploration of a new and unknown environment.
“This kind of experience naturally makes one grow as a person and mature,” says Etienne, “but I think there is even more, everything in fact, to be gained from finishing my studies with a year in a prestigious American institution. It is a gateway to an exciting international career, and would in any case be a tremendous asset for anything I might set my mind on doing later.”
Diego Gestoso Menéndez, 2015
(Sciences Po / Fudan University Dual-Master’s Degree: Europe and Asia in Global Affairs)
Diego Gestoso Menéndez is currently in his sixth year of university studies, following his four years of undergraduate China Studies at the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid (UAM) and his first year in the dual-degree master’s program at Sciences Po in Paris.
Study at Fudan University in Shanghai represents the culmination of Diego’s specialization pathway. In Shanghai, as in Paris and Madrid before, he is a students’ representative, and he is actively involved in sports and cultural activities and associations.
“I consider that studying abroad has been a source of learning and experiences that will mark my entire life,” says Diego. “However, it hasn’t been a one-way process; everywhere, I have tried to play the same role for other people around me. Starting with Spanish language, going on to Spanish culture, and up to my own opinions about any issue that was brought up.”
Diego describes the “Chinese language possibly [as] the love of my life.” His immediate aims are to build bridges across languages, cultures and experiences, inspired by his international studies opportunities.
Pierre Savary, 2015
(Sciences Po / Columbia University Dual-Master’s Degree: International Affairs)
During his undergraduate years at Sciences Po in Paris, Pierre Savary had already had the opportunity to study in the United States, spending a year abroad at the University of California-Berkeley. There he studied in the Departments of Religious Studies and Peace and Conflict Studies. The American spirit that he discovered in California became of particular significance to him, inciting him to come again to the United States.
While studying in the Bay Area, Pierre perceived that American ideals require citizens to take action, becoming involved in their communities. “Acknowledging the importance of American ideals is a good starting point,” he says, “but this is not enough: we also have to become actors of our time.” In France, Pierre was involved in interfaith work as President of the Sciences Po branch of a youth movement called Coexister.
Pierre considers his enthusiasm for the study of religion to be conducive to greater analytical skills and a refined apprehension of current global problems.
Inspired by the post-Cold War writings of political scientists like theologian Peter L. Berger, Pierre wants to reflect on the importance of renewed religious-based identities in the 21st century. Pierre also acknowledges the damaging consequences such identifications can sometimes effect when coupled with political claims.
Pierre believes that coupling the study of these phenomena with the study of International Security and Conflict Resolution may help to find new paths towards peace, by understanding better the way groups are formed and identities are shaped in a complex and globalized world.
Yaning Zhang, 2015
(Sciences Po / Fudan University Dual-Master’s Degree: Europe and Asia in Global Affairs)
Yaning Zhang is a second-year master’s student in the dual-degree program between Fudan University and Sciences Po.
Raised in a rural area in Central China, Yaning learned that only knowledge and excellence could bring a brighter future. Throughout the years, this idea has encouraged him to strive constantly for a better self.
Ranking 82nd out of almost one million candidates within his province, Yaning was admitted to Fudan University in 2010. During the following four years of undergraduate studies, Yaning has been awarded a National Scholarship and first-class scholarship twice from the university. Last year, when a Chinese academic book on national security councils was published, Yaning contributed one chapter. During his studies at Sciences Po, he was recommended by Professor Bruno Cautres to attend the IPSA & NUS Method School in Singapore, with a full scholarship.
All these achievements and awards reflect Yaning’s enthusiasm for research and academic work. “International understanding and cooperation are not abstract, empty words,” says Yaning. “They are ways of life from what I have experienced during my study abroad. It is not just about recognition of differences, but also about managing cooperation, based on the understanding of and respect for differences.”
Camille Andrieu, 2014
Camille在高中和大学期间曾经被选为国家级的运动员。她先后在从Institute of Political Studies (IEP)以及巴黎大学取得了政治学和法律的学位。
Barbara Crépeau, 2014
“有很多初创公司（在纽约）”，Barbara说，“人们需要去探索和创新一些想法，去把握住新的商业机会。在纽约诞生里很多新的科技公司：Tumblr, Etsy, Kayak, Shutterstock。这些纽约的初创公司表明，硅谷并没有垄断科技创新领域。”
Soliman Elcheikh, 2014
Juliette Faure, 2014
Paloma Moritz, 2014
Paloma还有着其他的亮点。她曾担任主持人，新闻编辑和雅虎政治节目的采访者。她采访了众多著名的法国政治家，比如让 – 路易·博洛，让·吕克·梅朗雄，布鲁诺乐霾热，亨利Guaino瓦莱丽Pécresse和纳贾特Vallaud Belkacem。
Annabelle Libeau, 2013
(France / Dual Degree: Sciences Po / Columbia University)
Annabelle Libeau is a dual-degree student at Sciences Po, Paris, and Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs. She will soon obtain her Master of Public Administration (MPA) degree in International Finance with a focus on Emerging Markets.
Annabelle is a financial analyst with international experience in investment banking in developing countries. She also has an advanced degree in Finance and Business Ethics from NEOMA Business School (Reims, MS), France.
In the past she worked as an analyst in international finance and government.
She defines herself as a relationship-building person, passionate about forging strong personal links by sharing her expertise and cultural experiences. Her community engagement is devoted to facilitating the successful emergence of an enlightened community of social entrepreneurs. She sees her study year in New York as an exceptional opportunity to immerse herself in one of the most diverse and multicultural cities in the world.
Annabelle has also received the Rotary Foundation’s Global Grant and the Zonta Jane M. Klausman Women in Business Scholarship. She speaks French, English, Russian, and Spanish.
Jean-Sébastien Marre, 2013
(France / Dual Degree: Sciences Po / Fudan University)
Jean-Sébastien Marre is currently a graduate student within the Sciences Po/Fudan University dual-degree program on Europe and Asia in Global Affairs.
A deep believer in multiculturalism and the dialogue between cultures and civilizations, Jean-Sébastien believes that the best way to learn about and share the values of peace, fraternity, and international unity is through an education-based understanding of other cultures.
He was introduced to political science, international relations and law during his undergraduate studies, and he had the opportunity to discover the United States during an exchange program at Georgetown University, where, he says, he “became a member of an incredibly lively and diverse multicultural community.”
Seeking a career in diplomacy at the end of his studies, Jean-Sébastien believes his year spent at Fudan University will enable him to strengthen his knowledge of China’s international and domestic policies. Above all, he looks forward to gaining a deeper understanding of Chinese – and to a larger extent, East Asian – culture and society, including the legacies of historical Chinese civilization as they impact upon modern societal trends.
Jean-Sébastien will use the Lohez scholarship award to finance his short-term study at Seoul National University’s Winter Course on Human Rights and Asia in South Korea.
Elodie Nguyen Thanh Nhan, 2013
(France / Dual Degree: EPITA / Stevens Institute of Technology)
Elodie Nguyen Thanh Nhan is pursuing a dual-degree in Information Systems and Software Engineering between EPITA’s Graduate School for Computer Science and Advanced Technologies and Stevens Institute of Technology’s Howe School of Technology Management. She will obtain her joint degree in the spring of 2014.
Elodie recently completed a six-month internship in France at BNP Paribas Bank as an Assistant IT Project Manager.
Enrolling in a US-French dual-degree program that specifically featured Stevens as its American component was very attractive to Elodie. She views the program at Stevens as being totally in accordance with her initial education and her future career objectives.
She strongly believes that Stevens offers her a remarkable opportunity to learn more about Information Technology and its impact on people (including via Business Intelligence and Social Networking technologies), along with a greatly expanded vision of the knowledge that she has already acquired at EPITA.
She looks forward to studying in the United States, which will afford her an opportunity to begin her professional career in America.
Amy Wang, 2013
(USA / Dual Degree: Sciences Po / Columbia Law School)
Amy Wang is a second-year dual-degree student at Columbia Law School, pursuing a J.D. from Columbia and a French Master’s in Global Business Law from Sciences Po. She will spend her third and final year of law school in Paris through the Columbia Alliance Program in the 2014-2015 academic year.
Amy became fluent in French after participating in the Teaching Assistant Program in Épinay-sur-Seine, where she taught English.
In 2013, she worked as a Summer Associate at Stewart & Stewart, an international trade law firm in Washington, DC. She was recently awarded the Sidley Diversity and Inclusion Scholarship by Sidley Austin LLP, where she will serve as a 2014 Summer Associate.
In 2009, she served as a Congressional intern, attending hearings on behalf of US Senate staff. Amy participates in the Prisoners and Families Clinic, where she represents an incarcerated father fighting to retain his parental rights. She also helps teach a course on parental rights for incarcerated mothers at Bedford Hills, a women’s correctional facility.
Amy hopes to use her diverse experiences abroad and in politics to be an active member of the Jérôme Lohez Scholarship Foundation.
Keli Wang, 2013
(China / Dual Degree: Fudan University / Sciences Po)
Keli Wang studied in Xi’an, Shaanxi Province, China, which she notes is the location of the famous “ancient army” of Terra Cotta Warriors.
After intensive efforts, Keli was admitted to the prestigious Fudan University in Shanghai. During her undergraduate years, she absorbed the many experiences offered by campus life, learning not only about international relations, but also encountering many new friends from different backgrounds.
After earning her bachelor’s degree, Keli was admitted to the Europe and Asia in Global Affairs dual-degree master’s program, hosted jointly by Sciences Po and Fudan University.
She spent the last year in Paris, enjoying an “adventure in life and study” afforded by her time studying abroad. Keli now has a part-time internship, working for an energy-based NGO. Seeing a great future for NGOs in China, she hopes to devote her passion and efforts to the developing trend of NGOs in her home country.
Côme J. Dechery, 2012
(France / Dual Degree: Sciences Po-Columbia School of International and Public Affairs)
Côme J. Dechery有着丰富的国际学术交流经验。当Dechery还在巴黎政治学院从事本科学习的时候，他就用了一年的时间来到美国的加利福利亚大学来学习一些研究生级别的课程。他以着非常优秀的成绩获得了巴黎政治学院的学士学位。
毕业后, Dechery来到北京，为The Asia Desk和法国杂志Le Point担任了一年的助理作家。他主要从事国际新闻领域的工作。他曾调查中国的绿色汽车产业并发表了的相对的文章，其中包括对比亚迪汽车副总裁采访的报告。在日本福岛福岛核事故后，Dechery还曾发表一份评论报道，评价了该事故对中国核电项目的影响。
在今年，Côme J. Dechery将受托参加哥伦比亚大学的国际咨询项目，他将为一些国际组织和私人跨国商业组织担任顾问。
Alexandre Montfort, 2012
(France / Dual Degree: EPITA-Stevens Institute of Technology)
Louise Battus, 2012
(France / Dual Degree: Sciences Po-Fudan University)
Battus 上高中时，还是坚持学习汉语。后来，她从法国国家研究所东方语言和文明系进修了很多汉语课程。在进入Paris III Sorbonne Nouvelle后，她从事东方文化领域的学习。
Silvio Ghiglione, 2012
(France / Dual Degree: Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III-Beijing Normal University School of Social Development & Public Policy)
在其本从事本科学习时，Ghiglione就表现了对出国游学的热情。他在Université Paul Valéry Montpellier III学习 英语，汉语，以及德语作为对留学的准备。正式由于其留学的喜好，他在美国明尼苏达大学完成一年的学习。
Antoine Desir, 2011 (France / Dual Degree: École Polytéchnique, Palaiseau – Columbia University)
Mr. Antoine Desir is a mathematically gifted young man. After attending preparatory school at Louis-Le-Grand, Antoine was ranked 7th out of 83 in a national entrance competition to enter École Polytéchnique’s Mathematics and Engineering Science program.
In spring 2011, Antoine worked with Dr. William M. McEneaney in the Department of Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering, University California San Diego, to study a method of reduction of the curse of dimensionality in optimal control, using a max-plus, or “tropical,” algorithm, in which the graph of the value function is approximated by a tropical polyhedron. This work led to publication, which is a high honor for a master’s-level student. Antoine also did research on Revenue Yield Management for Air France while he was a student at the Polytéchnique.
A French citizen of Vietnamese origin, Antoine has witnessed the extreme poverty of a developing country, and he has also lived in the Parisian milieu of elite students competing for spots in the French Grandes Écoles. Antoine understands what generosity and humane philanthropy mean. His father, a successful entrepreneur and prominent social activist in Vietnam, established a NGO called “Dust of Life,” to provide computers and Internet access to poor children. Antoine will follow his father’s example with a commitment to serve the needs of underprivileged communities.
Thomas Philippeau, 2011 (France / Dual Degree: École pour L’Informatique et Les Techniques Avancées – Stevens Institute of Technology)
Mr. Thomas Philippeau worked at Accor, as a specialist in the creation and enhancement of new and existing information technologies. He was praised by his professors and supervisors as an open-minded and fast learner who adapts easily to various working methods and unforeseen constraints.
Thomas is very impressed by the diversity of the American population and culture, including the popular election in 2008 of an African-American as the nation’s president. He will enter Stevens Institute of Technology in the spring of 2011, and he looks forward to broadening his vision through the experience of an American graduate education. He hopes that his time in the United States will allow him to promote cultural exchange while here and especially after he returns to France.
Andres Lizcano Rodriguez, 2011 (Colombia / Dual Degree: Sciences Po – Columbia University School of International and Public Affairs)
Mr. Andres Lizcano Rodriguez is a bright and creative individual whose actions are motivated by his desire to serve others.
From an intellectual family in Colombia, South America, Andres received a bilingual education in Spanish and German, and spent his childhood years in Germany.
A mathematically gifted pupil, Andres made the Top 15 for four consecutive years in the Colombian National Olympiad among high-school students nationwide. He then studied mathematics at Colombia’s Los Andes University, graduating with high honors. Meanwhile his desire to contribute to the cause of social justice also led him to pursue the study of law as a minor.
While studying abroad for one year at Montpellier, Andres co-founded the Montpellier Branch of a NGO called Foundacion YOCreo En Colombia. Colombia has been plagued by a decades-long armed conflict involving drug-trafficking and terrorism. Andres seeks to prove to the outside world that Colombia is also a country with a long and distinguished history, diverse cultural heritage, and immense economic potential.
Following the Latin-American intellectual tradition that takes cultural, political and philosophical inspiration from Europe, particularly from France, Andres is pursuing a dual master’s degree in International Development at Sciences Po in Paris and Columbia University in New York. He believes his French and American experiences will prepare him to take the risks that are needed to effect real change in Colombian society.
Inspired by Latin American cultural and political luminaries such as Gabriel García Márquez and Pablo Neruda, Andres’ career goal is to be a public intellectual and Colombia’s official representative (Ambassador) to the United States or France.
Andres is a native speaker of Spanish and German, fluent in French and English, as well as conversant in Italian and Portuguese.
Paula Henin, 2010 (France, London School of Economics – Université Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne – Columbia University Law School)
Ms. Henin’s academic brilliance was clear at young age. She was recognized by the Mayor de Sevres for outstanding results in the French Baccalaureate exam. Paula then went on to study International Relations and History at the London School of Economics (LSE). She specialized in the Middle East and public international law. Paula was among the top one percent of students in her year. Paula felt compelled to try to shed light on the situation in which there seems to be such misunderstanding and sometimes animosity between the west and the Arab world. Her dissertation thesis, “A French perspective on the British and American interventions in the Levant, May – November 1958,” was commended by the LSE’s Board of Examiners and awarded the Hue Wheldon Prize.
Paula has received a 2010-2011 Fulbright Foreign Student Scholarship to participate in a dual degree program at Columbia Law School and Univiersité Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne. She is a board member of the Columbia International Arbitration Association. Paula has a strong interest in international law; her ultimate goal is to work as a legal adviser for a major international organization, the French Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs, or an international court or tribunal.
Ms. Henin speaks French, English, Spanish and Arabic and is a passionate guitar and saxophone player.
Hélène Franchineau, 2010 (France, Sciences Po – Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism)
Ms. Franchineau completed a journalism program at Sciences Po Paris and programs in International Affairs and Chinese Language and Culture at Sciences Po Bordeaux.
Hélène then worked for Le Monde and Slate in Shanghai and Paris; she wrote news on the Shanghai World Expo, the 2008 Beijing Olympics, and Muslim minority riots in Xinjiang province. In 2009 Hélèn interned at The Washington Times foreign desk where she covered policies on climate change.
Hélène plans to do multimedia journalism, which she considers to be the future of journalism. She chose to study in the United States because she believes it has been far ahead of European countries in developing this kind of journalism. She enrolled at the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism this fall. She is interested not only in story-telling, but also in blogging, radio editing, photography and video, and social media.
Ms. Franchineau speaks French, English, and Chinese.
Alban Pétré, 2010 (France, Ecole Pour L’Informatique et Les Techniques Avancees – Stevens Institute of Technology)
Mr. Pétré worked at Société Générale for the global head of Risk Assessment and Controls. He worked on the creation of a methodology to improve web-browsing control of Societe Generale system users and other security-related projects. He was praised by his professors and supervisors for his creativity and attention to details and his team spirit.
Alban visited New York for the first time in 2009 and fell in love with the city. He will enter Stevens Institute of Technology in spring, 2011. He looks forward broadening his vision through an American educational experience, and he hopes that his time in the United States will allow him to promote cultural exchange while here and when he returns to France.
Captain Jordan Becker, 2009 (USA, Sciences-Po – Columbia University Exchange Program)
Mr. Becker graduated from Georgetown University School of Foreign Services in 2001. Mr. Becker then joined the United States Army. During almost a decade of active service in the U.S. Army, Mr.Becker was a paratrooper and Special Force team leader to lead combat patrols in Iraq, earning two Bronze Stars and achieving the rank of captain.
Captain Becker was selected by the Department of Social Sciences at the United States Military Academy at West Point to receive two-years of graduate study at the Columbia SIPA and Science Po graduate exchange program. Captain Becker then will be given three year assignment teaching undergraduate political Science courses and participating in the professional development of West Point cadets.
Captain Becker is beginning his graduate studies at Sciences Po this Fall. He has long been interested in the work and writing of Hubert Vedrine and believes the deeper understanding of France is essential to develop a strong, institutionalized relationship between Europe and the United States to ensure peace, security and prosperity in the 21st Century.
Captain Becker speaks fluently French, Italian and acquired working knowledge of Arabic and Kurdish languages during his commission in Iraq.
Pauline Dochez, 2009 (France, Ecole Polytechnique – Columbia University Exchange Program)
Ms. Dochez completed three-year program in Economics, Computer Sciences, and Applied Math at Ecole Polytechnique, Palaiseau, France. Subsequently, she comes to Columbia University to begin graduate study in Engineering and Management systems with focus on the use of industrial engineering and operations research techniques in decision-making process.
Pauline is a highly intelligent, perceptive young woman. Not only she is a serious scientific researcher, but also an excellent writer and publicist for presenting her projects. While she was doing the researching project on women networks around the world, Pauline communicated with many women association around the world in English, German, Greek and Spanish in addition to her native French.
Pauline finds that American people have certain way of being proud of their achievements without boasting both sane and pleasant.
Florent D’Halluin, 2009 (France, Ecole Pour L’Informatique et Les Techniques Avancees – Stevens Institute of Technology)
Mr. D’Halluin participates in graduate exchange program between EPITA and Stevens Institute of Technology. His subject matter is Computer Science. He worked on a finite state automation Library called Vaucanson. His professor commented that Florent is a talented orator, a good writer and above all a very fine human being aside of scientific subjects.
Mr. D’Halluin thinks a widely recognized diploma and local contacts and landmarks in the United States are highly valuable. He wants to keep an eager eye out for chances to make a change. “What better place is there than the land of opportunity?,” he asks.
Andrew Kessinger, 2008
Andrew Kessinger is a graduate student pursuing a double degree in International Security at the Institut des Etudes Politiques in Paris (Sciences Po) and Columbia University(SIPA).
Through this highly selective program, to which only fifteen students are admitted each year, he is acquiring a unique European-American perspective on foreign affairs while simultaneously gaining fluency in the French language.
Kessinger has worked as an editor for four different publications (The Common Ground News Service, The Paris Globalist, The New Atlanticist, and The Columbia Journal of International Affairs), in three different countries (US, Morocco, France), over the last four years. His career goal is to serve as a Foreign Service Officer with the US State Department, formulating constructive public policy aimed at bridging divides and reducing tensions between the Muslim world and the West, with a particular focus on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.
Benoît Germond, 2007
Benoît Germond graduated from EPITA in 2007 with a master’s degree in Science. He is now studying toward another master’s degree at Stevens Institute of Technology. In his scholarship application essay, Benoit mentionned that working to finance his studies taught him to be open to change and ideas.
Augustin Lefèvre, 2007
Augustin Lefèvre received his engineering diploma from École Polytechnique. He is now working on his master’s degree in Financial Engineering at Columbia University. Augustin wrote in his scholarship application essay “The essence of the United Sates is not to bet on a type of individual who stands for no ideals but his own, and is driven by challenges at every step in his life. My second point is that the American society rewards its members on the basis of their merits, and relies on their sense of responsibility to ensure social efficiency.”
Nizar Jalaly, 2006
Nizar Jalaly received a Bachelor of Engineering from the École Polytechnique (Palaiseau) in 2006. He is currently working jointly towards a MA in Mathematics of Finance at Columbia University and a master of science (diplôme d’ingénieur) from the École Polytechnique. He is very thankful to the Foundation for his award.
Vincent de Lagabbe, 2006
Vincent de Lagabbe received a dual master’s degree in computer science from EPITA and the Stevens Institute of Technology. Vincent nearly obtained perfect scores in every subject that he studied at EPITA. He speaks both English and Russian, in addition to French.
Olivier Rotrou, 2005
Olivier Rotrou graduated in 2005 from EPITA witn an master of science degree in real-time processing, and is now working toward master of science in information systems strategy and management degree at the Stevens Institute of Technology. He was truly delighted to receive the 2005 scholarship. We wish him a wonderful and joyful time in the U.S.
Florian Quarré, 2004
Florian Quarré graduated in 2004 from EPITA – École pour L’informatique et les Techniques Avancées (College of Computer Science and Advanced Technologies) with a master of science in information systems engineering, software engineering, and management, and in 2005 from the Stevens Institute of Technology with an MsIS degree. He works as a technologies and enterprise business integration consultant in healthcare at Deloitte Consulting LLP in New York
Guillaume Yvon, 2002
Guillaume Yvon graduated in 2001 from EPITA – École pour L’informatique et les Techniques Avancées (College of Computer Science and Advanced Technologies) and in 2002 from the Stevens Institute of Technology with a Master of Science in information systems strategy and management degree. He then returned back to France, where he lives in Paris, and joined Sephora as a systems engineer.
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The Board of Directors of the Jérôme Lohez Foundation is honored to have scholarship recipients participate in the Jérôme Lohez Foundation’s Ambassadors Program for one year.
Ambassadors are visible at many fundraiser events and serve as liaisons between the Foundation and future recipients, in addition to two other important groups: major gift donors and past recipients. Both groups are very interested in hearing students’ perspectives on their experiences in France and America.
Typical roles include mingling; hosting a table of Foundation guests at events; providing information about the Foundation; and speaking about experiences in America or in France, as well as student academic programs. Ambassadors should also be ready to answer questions from future applicants and in some cases, serve as mentors to them.
The Ambassadors have the opportunity to interact with VIPs from government, diplomatic corps and past recipients who may become valuable career contacts. Ambassadors also have the chance to develop and receive training in communication, public relations and interpersonal skills. Ambassadors shall be enthusiastic and have a positive attitude, in addition to have a genuine desire to help the Jérôme Lohez Foundation grow into a prestigious organization.
- Gain a greater understanding of the Foundation
- Sharpen communication and public speaking skills
- Improve interpersonal and conversational skills
- Enhance confidence when speaking and interacting with the French-American community
- Meet and network with alumni, VIPs, and future applicants
- Gain access to exclusive French-American events
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