I am a rising junior at University of California, Berkeley, majoring in Psychology and minoring in Global Poverty. I am currently working with TECHO assisting in community development programs with the Area Social de Proyectos (ASP) in Santiago, Chile.

TECHO, also known as Un Techo para Chile, (Spanish for A Roof for Chile), is a nonprofit organization that mobilizes youth volunteers to fight extreme poverty in Latin American, by constructing transitional housing and implementing social inclusion programs. To learn more visit www.techo.org.

Check out my study abroad experience in Australia at chelseaharmonaustralia.wordpress.com

And my postgrad trip to Southeast Asia at chelseaharmonasia.wordpress.com



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