Four Colorado College students are working as interns at the Olympic Games in London this summer.

From left, Michal Varga ’14, Alexandra Bochkarev ’12, Emily Fukunaga ’12, and Andrew Rowe ’12 are serving as interns at the Summer Olympics.

Emily Fukunaga ’12, Andrew Rowe ’12, Alexandra Bochkarev ’12, and Michal Varga ’14 are living and working in London this summer as part of their internships at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games. The internships are a partnership between the Colorado College Career Center and the U.S. Olympic Committee.

Fukunaga, an economics major from Honolulu, is working on team processing projects and assisting with duties related to apparel distribution. Rowe, an English major from West Roxbury, Mass., is working with the transportation division and assisting with operations planning, air and ground transportation, and logistics. Bochkarev, a classics, history, and politics interdisciplinary major from Moscow, Russia, is working at both the Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games. Varga, a political science and media and film double major from Michalovce, Slovakia, is working with social media, the Internet, and providing technical video support for each sport.

Colorado College began its partnership with the U.S. Olympic Committee in 2006. With the inclusion of this year’s interns, a total of 11 CC students have volunteered at the Olympics.