2018 Capstone

2018 The Elliott School Capstone

The Brazil Initiative has provided its support for the Capstone 2018 for 4 M.A. Candidates of International Development Studies (IDS) at the Elliott School of International Affairs. 

Students, in their capstone program, focus a portion of their course-work on a specific aspect of international development, which they wish to pursue in their careers. The IDS program culminates in a capstone project where student groups, seek out a real-world consulting experience. Each team is responsible for finding a partner organization and fulfill field-based assignments.

Access Sao Paulo has partnered with candidates Aida, Connor, Blake, and Shannon to develop the Community Mapping and Vulnerabilities Pre-Assessment to help assess needs and plan future programming for the organization and the children they serve in São Paulo, Brazil.

Access here the one-pager description of the group's project.

 Photo of the group with its adviser, Samuel Ledermann.