As the summer draws to a close, I want to recognize the spectacular efforts of our 2009 summer interns! Not only did our summer interns make a tremendous difference in leading and implementing various initiatives and projects, but they infused the team with new creative energy and passion. On behalf of Givology, I would to thank them for their efforts. In all regards, I am truly very impressed by the dedication, enthusiasm, and creativity of our interns.
In particular, I would like to thank (in no particular order):
- Coonoor Behal: Without Coonoor, we wouldn't have more than 900+ followers on Twitter! Her efforts to help us manage and improve our social networking strategy has made us closer and more attuned to our supporters
- Nicole Hwang: For spearheading our newsletter initiative and contributing to the Peace Primary School Campaign. Going forth, Nicole will be the Editor in Chief of our newsletter!
- Pragya Nandini: For contributing to our NYC fundraiser at Marquee, providing insightful blog posts to our site, and driving forward our Peace Primary School Campaign. Pragya's blog posts are definitely worth reading for her insightful commentary and reflections on education and education policy.
- Dan Wang: For managing financial transfers to our partners and overseeing our accounts, helping us execute our NYC launch party, and working closely with our CFO to organize our documents and files. With a go-getter attitude, Dan not only ensured that our partners received timely updates of the funding we raised, but also put together a slideshow of all the photos that we've collected.
- Takako Hashida: For leading our West Coast Expansion initiatives and providing us recommendations for launch events and locations in the future. Takako's contributions will definitely pay off in the fall when we kick off new events!
Please click here to learn more about our internship program. We accept applications throughout the year on a rolling basis! We highly encourage everyone to be involved!
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