Princeton University

Class of 1995

Past Summer Service Fund Winners


Announcement of 2000 Winners

May 23 2000

The 2000 Summer Service Fund winners are:


  • Leighna Kim '01, a Classics major in the pre-med program, will travel to Kenya for over two months this summer.  There she will work with the Global Services Corps in an HIV/AIDS education and awareness program.  During the academic year Leighna volunteers at the Princeton Medical Center, and is involved in two education programs.  She is also a flutist in the Princeton University Symphonic Wind Ensemble.  Leighna's home is Manhasset, New York.


  • John Kimble '02 will work at the Five Blues Lake National Park and St. Margaret's Village in Belize, Central America.  John and other members of his Princeton-in-Belize team will conduct a summer conservation camp for local children, teach adult education classes, work with village members on grant proposals, and assist in mapping the national park.  John is a board member and student administrator of the Student Volunteers Concil and a veteran of two marathons.  John hails from New Orleans, Louisiana. 


  • Bryce Rogow '02, majoring in Anthropology, will use the award to participate in a medical expedition in the Amazon basin.  Working through the Rainforest Health Project, Bryce will help treat indigenous people who have no access to Western medicine, while also working to maintain the population's faith in traditional medicine.  Bryce is an EMT and is on duty with the Princeton First Aid and Rescue Squad more than 30 hours per week.  Bryce's home is Ft. Lauderdale, Florida.  








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