Winston Churchill High School
International Business Internship Program
Our Life-Changing Project
Class of 2022
I am currently a freshman at Winston Churchill High School. In my free time, I enjoy playing sports, hanging out with friends, and most importantly helping my community.
I have done a lot of work with the Montgomery County Recycling Department along with Project Change and Manna food drive.
This is the first program that I have joined that help people around the globe, and I am elated to have the privilege to help people who live thousands of miles away succeed.
Class of 2021
My name is Harbin Singh, and I am currently in tenth grade at Winston Churchill High School, in Montgomery County, Maryland. I am enrolled in multiple advanced placement and honors classes at my High School. In my free time, I enjoy going to the movies, playing recreational basketball, and doing little projects at home.
I am currently on a robotics team with some friends. We participate in a tournament called First Tech Challenge, FTC, where we go head to head against other teams with a series of challenges the robots have to complete. I enjoy this because I like learning and interacting with new technology. Adding on, I am a tutor for Aristotle Circle, where I meet with students and help them with their areas of weaknesses. I especially enjoy teaching students about math and science because they are my favorite subjects.
I am very excited and honored to be joining the International Business Internship Program because it gives even students across the world a chance to make a difference. The program is also great because it is made up of thousands of people giving their time and resources to a great cause. I hope to make a positive impact through hard work and dedication.
Class of 2019
I am currently a senior at Winston Churchill High School located in Potomac, MD. I like to play soccer or read a James Patterson’s series. My favorite genres are mystery books and it has inspire me to major in criminology in the future.
I also participate as an ambassador of my school. Representing my school I use my knowledge and experience to help new students settle down at Churchill. I provide a student’s perspective and help ensure the newcomers that Churchill shouldn’t be as stressful as they’re making it. I am in honors society when I help my peers in different subjects from grading papers or assisting in homework. I have a background in aiding for my teachers. I helped my middle and high school teachers prepare their classroom for the upcoming days.
Becoming a part of the International Business Internship Program is brand new and exciting. As the media chair of my team I am honored in helping the law program advocate and spread awareness to the people of Nigeria . I am glad to be part of something bigger than my community.
Class of 2019
My name is Gunjan Singh, and I am a Senior at Winston Churchill High School in Montgomery County, Maryland. In my free time I enjoy working on “Do it Yourself” projects, hiking, and playing tennis.
I am currently the captain of my school’s Mock Trial team where we act as witnesses and lawyers on cases pertaining to current issues. I really enjoy this because it gave the the chance to explore what it could be to be a lawyer and made me realize that I want to go to Law school one day. In addition, I am on the board of the non-profit organization, Sikh kid 2 kid. Through Sikh kid 2 kid, we organize “Teacher Trainings” where we invite teachers from all over Montgomery County to educate them on the history, philosophy, and lifestyle of Sikhism to eradicate any misconceptions. Finally, I work with students from all over Montgomery County, tutoring them in subjects such as math, English, and history. I enjoy working with students and seeing them succeed with my support.
I am extremely excited to be a part of the International Business Internship Program through the law program and take part in this wonderful opportunity. It just goes to show that anyone can make a difference and help another in need, even if that person is across the world. It’s a very important message to send, and I am honored to be working with these businesses.
Class of 2019
My name is Jessie Ma, a senior at Winston Churchill High School. My favorite subjects are in science, specifically biology-oriented, and I enjoy entering STEM competitions and events.
In fact, I currently intern at NIH under the IRTA program. In my free time, I love to bake, play piano, and coordinate events for my clubs, Heartstrings, and FCA.
I am honored to join the International Business Internship Program because I am passionate about making an impact on other people's lives and community. I am very excited to learn more about Nigeria's culture and lives!
Our Business Partner: Law Program
Business: An-nur Chambers
Business Location: Bauchi, Bauchi State Nigeria
Story of the Business
AN-NUR CHAMBERS is a dually incorporated Nigerian Based Law Firm under Nigerian Law with the Cooperate Affairs Commission as BN No. BA/000986. The Law Firm is in Bauchi and has a client base across the nation, growing to become worldwide. AN-NUR CHAMBERS strives to provide clients with the premier legal consultation in the region.. With a team of dedicated lawyers and experienced support staff, your legal needs will be dealt with efficiently and effectively. As a multi-practice firm, they provide legal advice to clients in diverse sectors. The clients are their priority, and they strive to serve clients with the highest standards of legal service.
AN-NUR CHAMBERS was originally established February 19th, 2008 by its founding partners D.G. Hassan, Esq. and Late U.A. Liman, Esq. under the name of AN-NUR CHAMBERS. The team has an in-depth knowledge and experience in Nigeria laws and as such is able to provide effective, co-ordinated and decisive legal advice to clients. Their advice is guided by legal principles and thorough research. They take pride in being an ethical law firm dedicated in ensuring that justice is done to all clients.
About the Owner: Abubakar Aliyu
Abubakar Aliyu is a Federal Prosecutor who works at the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) to help stamp out corruption in Nigeria. He is passionate about investigating financial crimes and specializes in cases dealing with advance fee fraud and money laundering. Before his promotion to the EFCC, Abubakar worked as a State prosecutor in Yobe State.
Abubakar holds a law degree from the Nigerian Law School in Lagos. He also studied at the University of Maiduguri. In 2006 he passed the Nigerian Bar exam. Abubakar has been trained in specialized techniques to use in interviews, statement taking, interrogation, and international collaboration in investigation and prosecution.
Abubakar has earned a certificate from the British Department for International Development Justice For All program for his training in Anti-corruption investigation techniques.
Abubakar is excited to join the Leadership Initiatives team as a Liaison for students in the Law IBIP program. He looks forward to teaching and learning from others around the world about law and corruption.