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Sophomores receive 2017 Jeannette K. Watson Fellowships

Watson Fellows 2017
2017 Jeannette K. Watson Fellows David Dam and Junior Duplessis.

Sophomores David Dam and Junior Duplessis are 2017 Jeannette K. Watson Fellows at The City College of New York. The Watson Fellowship program provides summer internships, professional development opportunities and mentoring for outstanding undergraduate students from select New York City colleges and universities.

The Watson Fellowship is a three-year program that provides Duplessis and Dam with annual funding of $5,500, $6,500 and $7,000 along with a $2,000 Discovery Fund.

“I’ll get the opportunity to bond with 14 other amazing and ambitious individuals in my cohort, and I'll also become part of a lifelong Watson network,” said Dam, an economics major and City College Honors Program student.

This summer Dam will intern at law firm Shearman & Sterling in global mergers and acquisitions. Haitian native Duplessis, international studies major and SEO Scholar, will intern at the Transit Center in communications.

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