The first-ever US Youth Observer at United Nations
Say you’re Brooke Loughrin. You’re a Presidential Scholar at Boston College. You speak French, Mandarin Chinese, Turkish, Farsi, some Spanish and Hindi, and Wolof, a Senegalese language. You’ve volunteered at the Suffolk County House of Correction and Haley House in Roxbury. You’ve lived with host families in India and Iran and studied Persian and Farsi in Tajikistan. You spent a summer working at an HIV clinic in Senegal and took a language immersion course while living in Istanbul.