Acts Project sends 13 around the world
May 19, 2011

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Thirteen Bryan students will spend most of their summer overseas completing internships for their Acts Project class in missional living, program director Danielle Rebman said.
 
India, France, Spain, Zambia, Moldova, Italy, and locations in the Middle East will be homes for the students from mid-May through August as they put into practice concepts they have studied in class this spring.
 
Miss Rebman explained that the Act Project is designed so “students of all majors can see what their chosen course of study or profession looks like in a ministry context. Each field assignment is carefully chosen, considering how the field's needs, culture, and staff can employ and develop the student's skills and gifts, and vice versa.” 

This summer’s Acts Project interns include:
  • Katlyn Levi, a rising senior history major who will be in Chennai, India.
  • Shannon McGowan, a rising senior politics and government major who will be in Chennai, India.
  • Myles Hixson, a rising senior Biblical studies major who will be in Paris, France.
  • Jessalyn Huffman, a rising junior liberal arts major who will be in LaCoruna Spain.
  • Erin Anthony, a May graduate with a degree in liberal arts, who will be in La Coruna, Spain.
  • Andrew Smith, a rising junior Biblical studies major who will be in Madurai, India.
  • Jenifer Manzo, a May graduate with a degree in Psychology who will be in Lusaka, Zambia.
  • Summer Weiss, a rising junior Biblical studies major who will be in Lusaka, Zambia.
  • Brooke Corbett, a May graduate with a degree in exercise and health science, who will be in Chisinau, Moldova.
  • Maggie Bailey, a rising senior elementary education major who will be in Torino, Italy.
  • Andrew Wilber, a rising junior communication studies major who will be in the Middle East.
  • Stephen Green, a rising senior Christian ministry major who will be in the Middle East.
  • Michael Williams, a rising senior computer science major who will be in the Middle East.