Fifteen community partner sites have been selected for the 2020 Summer Nonprofit Immersion Program (SNIP). SNIP is an eight-week summer internship for undergraduate students at Wake Forest University where they work full-time at a community partner placement while learning about nonprofit management.
Community partners apply to be a part of the SNIP program, undergoing both site visits and an interview process by members of the OCCE staff. They articulate a clear work plan for the student that connects both the organization’s mission and the prospective student’s academic/professional goals.
Student applications for SNIP are open until Friday, February 28. The OCCE is hosting a community-partner meet-and-greet on Thursday, February 21 from 4-5 PM, at a yet to be dtermined location. Interested students are encouraged to attend.
2020 SNIP Community Partner Sites
- Authoring Action
- Crosby Scholars
- Down Syndrome Association of Winston-Salem
- Dress For Success
- Experiment in Self-Reliance
- Habitat For Humanity of Forsyth County
- Kate B. Reynolds Charitable Trust
- Muse Winston-Salem
- Piedmont Environmental Alliance
- SECU Family House
- Senior Services
- The Shalom Project
- SHARE Cooperative
- Winston-Salem Urban League
- World Relief Triad
If you have questions or want to learn more about the SNIP program, please contact Shelley Sizemore.
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