June 22, 2018
PATH Foundation hires 12 interns for the summer
PATH interns (from left) Madeline McCombe, Bryce Harty, Elisabeth Heras, Ta'Mia Carrier, Maggie Clinard, Sarah Thornhill, Chrissy Mohl, Josh Racer, Brandon Green, Catie McCarthy and Claire Downey. Not pictured: Katie Schmidtmann.
The PATH Foundation has hired 12 students for its summer internship program, which runs June 4 to Aug. 3.
“The interns will help the foundation in its mission to strengthen the overall health and vitality of Fauquier, Rappahannock and northern Culpeper communities,” PATH spokeswoman Amy Petty said. “Out of nearly 40 applicants, these interns were chosen based on their academic success, majors and past work experience.”
Each intern will work directly for the foundation or with an organization that supports work consistent with PATH’s mission.
“We’ve found this program to be extremely valuable, both to the students and to the organizations they serve,” PATH President Christy Connolly said. “This is the largest class of interns we’ve had so far, and we think both their group leadership activities and individual work will serve them well as they prepare to begin their careers.”
PATH’s 2018 interns and their assignments:
• Ta’Mia Carrier — Fauquier Habitat for Humanity
Junior at Shenandoah University, majoring in psychology.
• Maggie Clinard — Fauquier Free Clinic
Senior at the University of Virginia, majoring in global public health.
• Claire Downey — PATH Foundation
Senior at James Madison University, majoring in media arts and design.
• Brandon Green — PATH Volunteer Center
Junior at Old Dominion University, majoring in marketing.
• Bryce Harty — Culpeper County Parks and Recreation
Junior at UVA-Wise, majoring in software engineering.
• Elisabeth Heras — Warrenton Farmer’s Market
Lis is a junior at the University of Mary Washington, majoring in Biology.
• Catie McCarthy – PATH Foundation
Junior at Saint Anselm College in New Hampshire, majoring in English.
• Madeline McCombe — Mental Health Association of Fauquier County
Senior at University of Virginia, majoring in statistics.
• Chrissy Mohl — Rapp at Home
Recently graduated from JMU with a degree in health sciences.
• Josh Racer – The Clifton Institute
Sophomore at Virginia Tech, majoring in forest resources and environmental conservation.
• Katie Schmidtmann — Fauquier County Public Schools’ Virginia Preschool Initiative
Senior at High Point University majoring in strategic communications.
• Sarah Thornhill — Rappahannock County Public Schools’ “Commit to be Fit”
Junior at Christopher Newport University majoring in psychology.
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