My name is Cheyenna Forsee and I’ll be returning to Durfee High School this September as a rising senior. I have spent all my high school years at Durfee, and I am involved with the Mock Trial team and the Youth Leadership Council. This summer, I hope to be able to learn new things and gain valuable experience. I hope to learn things that will help me achieve my future goals. My main goal is to become a human rights lawyer because I am extremely passionate about that subject. I saw this internship as a good opportunity to build up my knowledge and help me to use some of these skills in my future. In the fall, I will continue competing with Mock Trial as well as the Youth Leadership Council, where we volunteer, as well as work closely with organizations like the 84 Movement (which fights to end teen tobacco use). I will also be applying to colleges in the fall, hoping to major in political science to help get myself to law school. If possible, I would rather major in human rights, but I have had to expand my horizons due to the small number of schools that offer it as a major. My main concern is affording college because I am concerned about not getting enough scholarships. My brother will be heading off to college just 3 years after me, so I have to think about the cost of attendance. This summer, we are working on a project involving the socioeconomic mobility and clustering of families and people in Section 8 housing. We found this topic very interesting because the Greater Fall River area has so much Section 8 housing, and it has become a controversial subject. Section 8 is supposed to provide more mobility for the people who use it, and I think the results of this project, and the final map will be a great source of information. In any case, I am extremely excited to be working here this summer and I think this will be a great experience for me, as well as the other interns!