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Kailey Kluge

Kailey Kluge

Boren Scholar to Russia, 2013-14
Carnegie Junior Fellows Program Finalist, 2014-15

BS International Area Studies '15

Kailey Kluge received the prestigious Boren Scholarship for study in St. Petersburg, Russia. Kailey has been studying Russian since her first term at Drexel and is planning to spend the entire academic year 2013-14 in Russia: two semesters at the language intensive CIEE St. Petersburg program followed by a co-op at an NGO or international exchange organization in Moscow. Kailey’s interest in international education has led her to work at Drexel’s Office of International Programs both as a co-op and as a student worker. After graduation, she plans to work in the federal government to fulfill the service requirement of the Boren Scholarship.

Last updated, 2013

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Check out our interview with Kailey about her Boren application experience on our Student Voices page.

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