Intern Spotlight: Lexie Hill
Learning Life’s student interns this fall 2019 are, among other things, supporting our Family Diplomacy Initiative (FDI), Democracy Dinners, and world learning excursions with Learning Life children in Washington DC. Lexie Hill interviewed below, has thus far been helping with the excursions, and outreach for the FDI and Democracy Dinners.
I was born and raised in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
What school do you attend, and what is your year and major there?
I attend George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, where I am a major in Public Administration with a minor in Human Development & Family Sciences.
What do you like to do in your free time?
In my free time I like to hang out with my friends. We watch movies (especially comedies, Marvel films), go to all kinds of restaurants, or go shopping for clothes.
What are your career plans?
I hope to work with a Department of Education either at the state or federal level to change and implement education policies that better our education system and country.
My original career plans was to do foreign policy and work at the international level, however they have now shifted into educational policy at the domestic level. Even though my career plans do not involve the international level anymore, that is something that still interests me deeply. Learning Life combines the international with education as the organization’s goal is to educate people about the world.
What is the most beautiful place you have seen on Earth, and why is it so beautiful?
I think the most beautiful place I’ve seen is Cajón Del Maipo in Chile. It’s a canyon is southern Chile. Even when you are there it still looks like it’s fake because the river water is so blue and the Andes mountains are so vast. There were also wild horses roaming around, which just added to the breath-taking scene.