Caroline Subbiah, a Values and Public Life certificate student at UCHV is one of four Princeton University seniors to be awarded a ReachOut Fellowship for public service. Caroline is the recipient of the ReachOut International Fellowship. She will work with the Living Refugee Archive based in London to record the oral histories of Chilean refugees who fled their homeland in 1973 during the Chilean coup d’état. She hopes to "harness the power of testimony to promote healing and progress in the Chilean communities." Caroline is a member of the Class of 2023 majoring in English and pursuing certificates in values and public life and European cultural studies.
ReachOut Fellowships have been awarded since 2001 from ReachOut 56-81-06, an alumni-funded effort that supports year-long public service projects after graduation. Their mission is "to enhance the capacity of Princeton students and graduates to have a positive influence on the world."
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