Washington and Lee University


Interests: Business Administration

Capital Area Partnership Uplifting People, Inc. (CAPUP)

CAPUP strengthens communities by providing resources for people to help themselves. Interns will become familiar with all programs administered by CAPUP, including Virginia CARES, Employment Services, Child Care Food Program, and Emergency Services Program. Community action changes people’s lives, embodies the spirit of hope, improves communities, and makes America a better place to live. We care about the entire community, and we are dedicated to helping people help themselves and each other. Capital Area Partnership Uplifting People, Inc. (CAPUP) is a private

Capstone Community Action- Weatherization Program

Capstone Community Action provides comprehensive services to help people achieve economic well-being with dignity and develops partnerships to strengthen Vermont communities. Our commitment is to alleviate the suffering caused by poverty, to work with individuals and families to move out of poverty, and to advocate for economic justice for all Vermonters.  

Dorchester Bay Economic Development Corporation (DBEDC)

DBEDC was founded in 1979 and serves a multicultural inner-city neighborhood of Boston through a summer day camp for local children, services to families, and small business loan development program. DBEDC aims to: Develop and maintain home ownership and rental housing among its clients Foster economic development opportunities for individuals and businesses Increase a sense of community through leadership development and civic involvement

Metropolitan Ministries

Metropolitan Ministries’ mission is to care for the homeless and those at risk of becoming homeless in our community through services that alleviate suffering, promote dignity and instill self-sufficiency. Our Metropolitan Ministries will be America’s most effective caregiver to poor and homeless people. Our programs will be known for their compassion and innovation in helping struggling families and individuals achieve their highest potential for self-sufficiency. Our approach to involving citizens in understanding and caring for their disadvantaged will serve as a

Native American Bahi Institute

Located on the Navajo Reservation, the Bahi Institute runs a program focused resiliency building program for Navajo boys between 14 – 16 years old. The curriculum is developed out of resiliency research and is in the process of establishing a not-for-profit designation. While this internship is based out of the Bahi Center, students of all faiths welcome. Religious activities are not required for this opportunity.

St. Joseph’s Carpenter Society

Saint Joseph’s Carpenter Society strives to improve the quality of life of the people of the City of Camden and its surrounding communities by promoting affordable housing and neighborhood development.  Through our initiatives, we encourage people to take charge of their lives and become active community members. Saint Joseph’s Carpenter Society (SJCS) was founded in 1985 to help families improve their quality of life and create safe neighborhoods through homeownership.  SJCS has fostered homeownership, believing that homeownership leads to a higher

Thrive Center

The mission of the Thrive Center is to design innovative development projects within Helena, Arkansas. With the goals of creating jobs and improving quality of life, the Thrive Center: Offers technical assistance and resources to Phillips County entrepreneurs Coordinates a downtown Helena monthly arts and culture walk showcasing the cultural riches of the Delta Provides affordable branding and marketing services to small businesses and non-profits of the Delta Measures the impact of our work Thrive has continually expanded as well. In 2013, Thrive will kickstart its

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