Yale Junior Named a 2002 Harriman Foreign Service Fellow

Adam S. Rein, a Yale College junior majoring in ethics, politics and economics, was named one of three winners of the Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellowships for 2002.

Adam S. Rein, a Yale College junior majoring in ethics, politics and economics, was named one of three winners of the Pamela Harriman Foreign Service Fellowships for 2002.

Rein, of Santa Monica, CA, will serve as a Fellow at the U.S. Embassy in London. He joins the Harriman program with a strong record of community service. Rein organized a spring break trip to Florida to work with Habitat for Humanity. He provides weekly piano lessons to underprivileged children and tutors writing to elementary school students.

He has written numerous research papers on e-commerce and campaign finance reform and selected to co-edit “The Insider’s Guide to Colleges” published by the Yale Daily News. Rein spent his junior term studying at Oxford University and, upon graduation, intends to bridge his business and government interests to eventually develop a comprehensive trade policy for the U.S. government.

The Harriman Foreign Service Fellowships are a national fellowship program for college students honoring the late U.S. Ambassador to France, Pamela Harriman. The fellowships are sponsored by the College of William and Mary in conjunction with the U.S. Department of State. The fellowships provide funds for three students from U.S. colleges to serve in the American embassies in Paris and London and in the Office of the Secretary of State in Washington, D.C.

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