The PATH Foundation has hired 14 college students to work with local nonprofit organizations this summer
Selected because of academic success, work experience and interest in serving the community, the interns have assignments in Fauquier, Rappahannock and Culpeper counties.
“The internship program at PATH is not only beneficial to the students that participate, but also the community as a whole. Students can apply their education and training directly to their work,” said Maggie Afriyie, PATH program associate. “The foundation itself also benefits from hearing fresh new ideas from the students. We’re honored to host their diverse talents and create a meaningful experience for both our intern class and the organizations that host them.”
Each year, PATH hires rising college juniors and seniors of all majors and interests. To learn more about the program and this year’s intern class, please visit the PATH Foundation Intern page.
2021 Intern Class:
• Jillian Bennett, Randolph-Macon College – Mental Health Association of Fauquier County.