Haylie Li Chutong: Witnessing the colleagues of the Foundation travelling to different countries to offer help for people in need, I found that this kind of job is very meaningful and it is exactly what I am looking for.
Haylie Li Chutong is a student of East China University of Political Science and Law, majoring politics and public administration. In the past, she participated in local volunteer services and volunteer activities of planting trees and sand stabilisation in the desert of Ningxia.
Attracted by the working nature of providing humanitarian assistance overseas, Haylie joined GX Foundation as an intern hoping to learn more about the interesting and meaningful work, and project operation. This is her first exposure to an NGO providing services overseas.
During her internship, Haylie offered help in conducting research on the current health situation and population data of countries in Belt and Road Initiative. "As a political science student, this task not only enhanced my knowledge of public health, but also strengthened my understanding of international relations." By acquiring different knowledge and skills, Haylie has developed different capabilities.
Although Haylie does not have a concrete career planning, she is interested in working in a non-profit organization. “Witnessing the colleagues of the Foundation travelling to different countries to offer help for people in need, I found that this kind of job is very meaningful and it is exactly what I am looking for.” She hopes to have the opportunity to join the public health or humanitarian assistance industry in the future.