Jenny Le

Jenny Le
Citizenship Tutoring

My name is Jenny, I am a sophomore ('24) from Long Island, New York, and my favorite food is sushi! I study Government with a secondary in computer science, live in Cabot House, and spend most of my time studying in the SOCH because living in the Quad is a lifestyle. I am the chair of the Citizenship Tutoring program, which enables Harvard students to mentor Harvard staff & faculty in the citizenship process. It is an incredibly rewarding experience for both the tutors and tutees because the program facilitates strong cross-cultural relationships and amplifies the voices of underserved communities. As chair, I seek to broaden the outreach of the program by expanding the tutee pool outside of the Harvard community, as well as bring the program to other universities in the Greater Boston and Cambridge areas. I also write for the Harvard Political Review! Outside of the IOP, I am active with the PBHA: I currently serve as the Secretary and the Director of the Refugee Youth Enrichment Program. I also write for the Harvard Undergrad Law Review, collaborate on teaching workshops with the Harvard College Japan Initiative, and hang out with my second family in the Harvard Vietnamese Association! In my free time, I enjoy watching Japanese anime (specifically Demon Slayer) and reading feminist literature. What I am extremely passionate about, however, is public service, and I cannot wait to get more students involved!

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