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Author: Ashley Kazouh

This week will mark the last week of my full-time intern status at Communities in Schools, but I am not saying goodbye just yet. As a dual degree student I will still be working with the organization to complete the … Continued

Author: fielykm

Well my internship is quickly coming to an end here at Wolf Trap and it is bittersweet to say the least. Coworkers and friends keep asking me “Are you excited to go back to school?” and my response has been … Continued

Author: Laura May

Well, my internship has ended! It has been a wonderful learning experience! In my time with the Guilford County Resource and Referral Center, I spent a lot of time working hand-in-hand with nonprofits helping them to build their capacity, develop … Continued

Author: Roger Brown

This is it.  As the title implies, the blog series is ending, my PWE is winding down, and, yes, the summer is over.  I’ll be sticking around and staying with Wake’s Budget and Management Services in a much more limited … Continued

Author: natn

Today marks my last departmental meeting as a summer intern in the Town of Hillsborough. Like the beginning of every meeting, Daphna asked us to share important events. For the month of August, we celebrate four work anniversaries, two wedding … Continued

Author: fielykm

Last week my Deputy Superintendent casually mentioned that before I leave he wanted me to take a look at the NPS Scorecard and he would have me do some work for the Park related to it. When he first said … Continued

Author: Laura May

I can’t believe that my internship is almost over— I feel like there is still so much work to be done! Last Friday, Dr. Palmer and I taught a Grant-Writing Workshop in partnership with the Guilford Nonprofit Consortium. It was … Continued

Author: Roger Brown

My hometown of Richburg, South Carolina was chosen by Giti Tire, an appropriately named tire manufacturing company, as the home for a $560 Million plant back in 2016. South Carolina Governor Henry McMaster called it a “game changer” at the … Continued

Author: Laura May

Well, I’m back from a very relaxing vacation! I missed posting last week, but a little beach time was much appreciated! As I get back into the swing of things, I was reflecting on how much I have learned during … Continued

Author: natn

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