CNM's Spring 2014 Interns
Julie Forest ‘15
Hello, my name is Julie Forest and I am a Political Science and International Studies major. I have worked for a Christian nonprofit in New Hampshire for the last two years. I am interested in learning more about a variety of nonprofits this semester as an intern at the Center for Nonprofit Management. I hope this semester will allow me to give back to the local community while training me for my future. I anticipate that CNM will teach me necessary skills to pursue a career in disaster relief management upon graduation.
Sarah Hall ‘14
My name is Sarah Hall and I am a senior Psychology major/ Healthcare Administration minor at Sonehill College. I am from Martha’s Vineyard, MA. At Stonehill I am a Peer Mentor, a Teaching Assistant, and am involved in Special Interest housing, and Campus Ministry’s HOPE Alternative Spring Break Program. I have volunteered all my life for many different organizations and was fortunate enough to go on a service trip to New Orleans, LA in 2013 which increased my interest in wanting to work with nonprofit organizations. I have always admired the passion of people who work with nonprofits and have appreciated what they do to enhance the communities they are a part of. I am excited to begin working with the Center for Nonprofit Management at Stonehill as an intern this semester and to work with different leaders of nonprofits to gain more knowledge of what they are about and how they run their organizations successfully.
Meghan Rosenberger ‘15
My name is Meghan Rosenberger and I am currently a junior at Stonehill College. I am pursuing a degree in Political Science & International Studies with a Concentration in Government and Politics. My involvement on campus has included HOPE, Big Sister Big Brother, RUCKUS, Movie Comedy Committee, Finance Committee and Fun Fund Committee. Fresh from a fall semester internship in Washington, DC I am excited to intern with the Center for Nonprofit Management at Stonehill College and learn about how nonprofits in our area interact with the government. Additionally I am looking forward to learning about the field of nonprofits and how their work can positively impact people.
Theresa Ruszczyk ‘16
My name is Theresa Ruszczyk, I am a sophomore currently pursuing a dual degree in International Business and Spanish. I am involved in many different programs on campus including the Peer Mentor program, the Development Center's Phonathon, and International Business Association. I have always been passionate about service, which is why I am grateful that Stonehill's Into the Streets program allows me to be involved with Best Buddies and Big Sister Big Brother on a weekly basis. I am excited for the experience to learn about the business side of nonprofits, which is crucial as I continue to study business at Stonehill College and I am eager to continue to make a difference in nonprofits in our area.
My name is Whitney Shufelt and I am from West Barnstable, MA. I’m a senior Public Administration and American Studies double major with a minor in Political Science and International Studies. As a student at Stonehill, I completed the DFLI program in spring of 2012, interned and worked at the United Way of Greater Plymouth County, and have been a Phonathon Caller since my freshman year where I was promoted to Phonathon Manager in 2011. I live in the Students for Service special interest housing on campus and have been volunteering actively in the Southeastern Massachusetts and Cape Cod region during my college career. During the spring and summer of my junior year, I interned at the Harry S. Truman Scholarship Foundation in Washington, DC. After graduation, I hope to live and work in the Washington, DC area at a nonprofit organization or federal government agency. As an intern at CNM, I hope to continue to gain knowledge about the nonprofit sector and all the great resources that it provides to area nonprofits.
Victoria Young ‘14
Hi, I’m Victoria Young and I am from Plymouth, MA. I am currently a senior at Stonehill majoring in English and Sociology. Outside of my studies, I am a Resident Assistant and RA Council President, a member of the Developing Fundraising Leaders Institute (DFLI) through the Center for Nonprofit Management , and a former S.U.R.E. scholar. In my free time, I enjoy babysitting, writing, running, and going to concerts. I am excited to be an intern at the CNM because I want to learn more about the resources and opportunities the Center offers for nonprofit organizations!
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