The PrimateCast had a rare opportunity this week to enlist a 16 year old high school student intern to produce a podcast of her very own. We are now proud to present to you Nina's Passion, a rough guide to finding your passion.
Nina writes, "I couldn’t believe it when Andrew MacIntosh, Associate Professor of the Kyoto University Primate Research Institute, answered my email. He told me that even though the PRI had never [mm, maybe] taken any high school interns before, he’d be happy to organize an internship for me."
We were more than happy to have Nina with us at PRI, and it seems she made the most of her time there, engaging in all kinds of primate-related activities and producing her very own podcast for The PrimateCast! To read a full summary written by Nina about her experiences at PRI, check out our news story news story. And to see Nina's story written up in the newsletter of her former school, Greenschool Bali, click here.
We'd like to sincerely thank all of our guests on this episode. Be sure to check out our other podcasts featuring interviews with leading scientists and conservationists in primatology and beyond.
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This podcast series is brought to you by CICASP and produced by Andrew MacIntosh, with help from Sofi Bernstein and Nina Negi.