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New fellowship connects student with New Hampshire Indonesian community

Dec 15th, 2021


Marc Giudice ’23 had an opportunity to put his academics into action in New Hampshire this past summer – and get paid for it. That’s thanks to the Small Family Community Fellowship, a new university-wide opportunity established by COLA alumnus John W. Small ’76 (psychology major).


A political science and international affairs dual major, Giudice embarked on a marketing and administrative internship with Indonesia Community Connect, Inc. (ICC), based in Somersworth.


ICC serves as a bridge that connects Indonesian culture with communities in the surrounding area. Through events, programs and networking, the nonprofit establishes access to resources, facilitates mutual understanding among different cultures, and values and promotes the richness of Indonesian cultural diversity.


“This internship was really helpful in understanding the local politics of the tri-city area and becoming more aware of the struggles that a lot of Indonesian people have gone through in the U.S.,” says Giudice.




Picture courtesy of UNH

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