Co-op in Cambodia Teaches Northeastern Student to Be Comfortable in Uncomfortable Situations


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(Northeastern Global News) "It took Paris Graff, a second-year student at Northeastern University, almost three days to get to the destination of her international co-op in January.

The flight from her home city of San Francisco to Singapore alone took 17 hours, but Graff didn’t fret. She knew she had found a perfect co-op opportunity for herself at the Landmine Relief Fund in Siem Reap, Cambodia.

'A lot of what I was finding was office work, and I really wanted to get the chance to go out into the field,' she says. 'As soon as I read the description about this co-op for the Landmine Relief Fund, I was like, Oh, I want to do that…'"

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Published: Wednesday, April 26, 2023

Last Updated: Thursday, November 2, 2023

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