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City of Orange Township, NJ, 07050
January 08, 2021

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Feven Negussie

Current Address: *** ****** ******

Orange, New Jersey 07050

Mobile: 973-***-****

Permanent Address: 596 Forest Street

Orange, New Jersey 07050

EDUCATION: Barnard College, Columbia University in New York, NY

Bachelor of Arts in Political Science

Minor in History

GPA 3.54/4.0 Expected graduation date: May 2022


Academic Writing Intensive

Governing the Global Economy

Building Peace

The Social World

Environmental Science

American Politics

Political Theory

Symbolic Logic

International Politics


Border Disputes between Eritrea and Ethiopia Research Paper September - December 2020

Conducted a 15-page research on the border dispute, particularly with regards to Badme, between Eritrea Ethiopia

Prepared a presentation to my colloquium class on the research


The Wight Foundation, NJ Intern July 2020 – Present

Co-taught a geography and a history course and graded students’ essays

Prepared lessons and wrote exams and quizzes

Assisted the SSAT instructor and the STEP director with tasks and program activities

Orange Public Library, NJ Library Volunteer 2015 – 2018

Stacked books and magazines and received incoming calls

Helped students conduct research

Mesob, NJ Waitress June – August 2019

Served tables and assisted diners

Cleaned up restaurant during closing hours


The Columbia Witness Primary Editor September 2020 – Present

Edited blog posts for The Witness, a journal on Christian Perspectives

Recruited writers to write for the blog

The Good Fight Podcast Researcher & Social Media Chair September 2020 – Present

Researched topics in depth and presented it to the hosts before recording time

Managed the social media (Instagram, twitter, Facebook, Gmail) posts and responses

African Students Association Political Chair September 2018 – May 2019

Researched and presented political, economic, and social problems on the continent for weekly presentations

Organized a political roundtable in which I invited the UNICEF USA Managing Director of Diaspora, Semhar Araia, to discuss the state of the African diaspora


African Development Group (ADG) Member September 2018 – Present

You Can Too Program Public School Mentor September 2020 – Present

Christian Union Fellowship director September 2019 – Present

Columbia Political Review Staff writer January 2019 – May 2019


Fluent in Tigrinya and Amharic

Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint

Event planning and management, organizational, researcher

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