Andrew Longhi is a Government and Sociology double major at Dartmouth College and a contributor to The Huffington Post and The Guardian. He currently works at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School as a research assistant to Professor Timothy McCarthy. On campus, Andrew is the editor-in-chief of the Dartmouth Law Journal. He is a member of the National Juvenile Justice Delinquency and Prevention Coalition and was appointed to the Vermont Children and Family Council for Prevention Programs by Governor Peter Shumlin.
He also served as the Dartmouth student body president and worked as a research assistant to Government Professor Linda Fowler and Sociology Professor Marc Dixon. During his off terms, Andrew interned at the U.S. Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the National Juvenile Defender Center, and the Charles Group, LLC.
1. Research assistant to Professor Timothy McCarthy at the Carr Center for Human Rights Policy of the Harvard Kennedy School.
Location: Boston, MA
Dates: June 15-August 13
-analyzing current events and researching current opinions for media appearances
-editing the Professor's upcoming book on modern LGBT history
In addition to the fellowship, Andrew will be working on drafting LGBT inclusive policies and practices to be adopted directly by departments of the State of Vermont that deal with LGBT youth. He will also be attending the Coalition for Juvenile Justice's National Youth Conference during this period.
2. Legislative intern at the the Coalition for Juvenile Justice
Location: Washington, DC
Dates: August 14-September 10
-drafting a resolution to be adopted by the CJJ membership on committing to support LGBT programs and practices
-supporting national legislative efforts through research and outreach to members of Congress
-creating stronger partnerships between state and federal reform efforts
Men at Dartmouth will be included in future Vermont juvenile justice project. Andrew will use forums and campus events to talk about his work and educate men about LGBT and juvenile justice issues, highlighting opportunities that they can get involved. Andrew will also be speaking at Men's Project events about his summer fellowship.
Last Updated: 9/4/13