internships

PfaP Portraits

Pack for a Purpose is delighted to welcome our new intern, Reina Murayama. Reina is a senior English major at N.C. State. She received her first degree from Keio University in Japan and spent the next thirteen years in the corporate world. When her husband was moved to Raleigh in 2013, Reina decided to go... Continue reading

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My name is Caroline Poole, and I will be a freshman next year at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. I heard about the opportunity to intern at Pack for a Purpose from previous interns who attend my high school. Because I will graduate with an International Diploma, I thought this internship would... Continue reading

PfaP Portraits

PfaP is delighted to welcome Marcus Blyden as one of our 3 new outstanding interns this semester. I am proud to say that I am one of the newest Pack for a Purpose interns. With graduation looming over my head like a medieval guillotine, I was frantically sending out resumes for an internship for much-needed... Continue reading

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PfaP is delighted to welcome Julia Carmody as one of our 3 new outstanding interns this semester. I’m a junior at North Carolina State University studying English with a minor in Business Administration. If there is one thing you need to know about me, it is that I am passionate about music, writing, and helping others.... Continue reading

PfaP Portraits

PfaP is delighted to welcome Kensey Covert as one of our 3 new outstanding interns this semester. I am a Junior at Meredith College who discovered Pack for a Purpose through my Marketing professor, Dr. Mishra, when she encouraged the students to check out what Pack for a Purpose was all about. After seeing the... Continue reading

PfaP Portraits

Pack for a Purpose would like to welcome its newest intern, Cameron Vandenboom! Cameron is a senior at NC State University and found Pack for a Purpose through the English internship program at NCSU.  Cameron studies English with a concentration in Secondary Teacher Education.  She will be graduating in December and hopes to work as... Continue reading