Emma Metzger-Lane’s internship with Rise comes to a close May 8, having served as an intern at Rise Coon Rapids in program development. She graduated in May from the University of Wisconsin-Stout with a degree in human development and family studies and plans to further pursue a master’s degree in
Abigail (Abbey) Butzine served as an intern with Rise’s Marketing and Development Departments and plans to graduate from the University of Minnesota in May 2021 with a bachelor’s degree in retail merchandising with a minor in management and product design. She will then pursue a career in the product development
LeeAnna White is graduating from Michigan State University in May 2020 with a bachelor’s degree in media and information. She will continue to intern with Rise’s Advancement team for several weeks as she continues her job search.
LeeAnna has worked on a number of important communication projects, including writing articles for the
A May 2020 graduate of St. Catherine University in St. Paul in public health policy, Taylor Klenner interned in administration at Rise Spring Lake through May 8.
“Rise’s mission and focus on improving people’s lives really spoke to me,” she said. “I enjoyed participating in planning meetings for ongoing and
Kari Hovey took a break from her job as a speech therapist in the public schools to explore different settings and intern with Rise in assistive technology. She worke with people served at Rise Crystal who have intellectual and physical disabilities.
Having earned her bachelor’s degree from the University of
Rise welcomed four college interns in June to work over the summer in human resources, volunteerism, and development/special events. They also participated in biweekly professional development and training sessions in a wide range of topics.
“We wanted to offer them the opportunity to learn more about nonprofits, social services, and
Rise welcomed a summer cohort of six interns in June who worked in program areas across the agency, including advancement, accounting, assistive technology, human resources, marketing, and program development.
Using the cohort model, interns also participated in biweekly training sessions to discuss a variety of professional development topics and learn
Posted on Sep 05, 2017
Rise welcomed a summer cohort of five interns in June who worked in program areas across the agency, including advancement, mental health, human resources, community innovation, and art therapy.
“We are excited about giving people the opportunity to learn more about nonprofits, social services, and