Elizabeth Seton High School

International Business Internship Program

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Our Goal Is To Transform The World

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Ashly Trejo-Mejia

Class of 2019
Ashly Trejo-Mejia

Class of 2019

My name is Ashly Trejo Mejia, and I am a senior at Elizabeth Seton High School. I was born in Honduras, and came to the United States when I was four years old.

I have played lacrosse for two years and field hockey for one year. I am a member of National Honor Society. I am very involved in community work. One granzation, I am very involved in, is “Feast of Sharing”, where we feed the most needed a day before Thanksgiving. I am  Pharmacy Technician Program at my high school, which has inspired me more to want to help others. I aspire to be a pediatrician or a general doctor, and be able to give help to people in my home country.

I am very excited to be apart of the IBIP because, I am able to do what I have always wanted to do, which is help others. I am very thankful for the trust and privilege which has been given to me,  to help someone in need. I love working with people, and I love helping others in any way I can.I didnt know that at such a young age I can start realizing my dreams but most of all, the dreams of the people in need. Im very moved with this opportunity, and am ready to change lifes.

 

Ingry Moreno

Class of 2019
Ingry Moreno

Class of 2019

My name is Ingry Moreno,and I am a senior at Elizabeth Seton High School. I transfer from Bladensburg High School the beginning of sophomore year. I was born in Washington, dc but my family is from El Salvador.

I have played varsity Field Hockey for the past three years. I am currently a member of National Honor Society. I am also an ambassador for my school. I have been taking a two year Pharmacy technician  program. Which has really made me realize that I want to be in the medical/health field. I love volunteering in a organization called “SOME” that is a non- profit organization for homeless people in the dc area. I usually goes there to serve the homeless breakfast or lunch. I want to become a pediatrician in the future because I love working with kids and I really would love to work in the medical/health field.

I am very excited to be in the IBIP program because I fell in love with the program when Marshall Bailey introduce it. I love working with people and I have always wanted to change lives but never really knew how to start since I am only 17 years old. Marshall talked about how many people my age were changing people's lives and building a relationship with their business partners which all sound amazing and incredible. I want to help change lives as well. This opportunity is so unbelievable and I am extremely excited to be a part of it.

Dieyi Thiam

Class of 2019
Dieyi Thiam

Class of 2019

My name is Dieyi Thiam. I am a senior at Elizabeth Seton High School. I participate in honors wind ensemble, playing the flute. In my free time, I enjoy modeling, dancing, acting, and hanging out with friends.

I am Vice President of Seton Diamonds, a modeling and women's empowerment club, I’ve been a member of this club for four years now. I am also co-leader of fundraising in our theater club, I’ve been a member for four years. I’ve volunteered at hospitals, schools for the disabled, and I also made care packages in hot meals for the homeless in DC. I am also a flutist in my schools wind ensemble.

I’m excited to join the international business program internship because I want to help businesses in Africa. Making a difference in Third World countries has always been a dream of mine, no matter how big it small. I’m excited to see how I can work in a business environment and get practice for the real world.

Jimena Cartagena

Class of 2019
Jimena Cartagena

Class of 2019

My name is Jimena Cartagena, and I am 17 years old. I am a senior at Elizabeth Seton High School. I was born in Washington, D.C., but my parents were born in El Salvador.

I am on her school’s Diversity Council who advocates for other students’ needs and/or opinion. I am in the Pharmacy Technician Program at my high school and really enjoy medicine. I have been playing volleyball since the 7th grade and play on the varsity volleyball team and for Maryland Juniors. I am involved in the Gospel Choir. I really enjoy music and play the flute & piano in the Honors Wind Ensemble and outside of school. I also am involved in volunteering at local soup kitchens, such as So Others May Eat in Washington, D.C. and Shepherds Table, Inc. in Silver Spring, MD. I also volunteer at Washington Adventist Hospital in the Pharmacy and Habitat for Humanity. I have volunteered at several summer camps working and tutoring children in elementary school.

I am ambitious of all we can do here at IBIP. Ever since Marshall Bailey introduced it to us, I have been excited to be a part of this team and do something to change the world. I have always wanted to help people and being able to do this makes me so happy. IBIP has already given me chances that I never thought I would ever have before. This IBIP Program is amazing and helps people in Nigeria who otherwise wouldn’t know how to become as successful as the can.

Our Business Partner: Salon

Business Owner: Grace Adannu

 

Business Location: Wunti market, Bauchi State, Nigeria

 

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