Charitable Words Scholars On The Job
Three Charitable Words Scholars are assigned to work with Greater Cincinnati-based nonprofit organizations, doing good work in much different places.
Sarah Jernigan will intern at Cincinnati’s East End Adult Education Center in the Spring 2013 semester. Sarah, a University of Cincinnati communications junior, will be writing articles for EEAEC’s monthly newsletter, working on press releases and grant writing, helping them prepare for their May fundraiser, and help with tutoring the students.
Richard Elliott, Executive Director at Village Life Outreach Project, will travel to Tanzania with a University of Cincinnati Journalism School class in a Spring 2013 seminar. The students will document the Cincinnati-based nonprofit’s humanitarian work in Tanzania.
Sarah Carpenter is working on web site maintenance, social media and marketing strategies with Social Venture Partners Cincinnati. Sarah is a third-year Communication and English Literature: Rhetoric and Professional Writing double major with a minor in Management and certificates in Public Relations and Service Learning.
Charitable Words Scholars is a non-traditional internship and special project program serving small nonprofits in Greater Cincinnati.
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