Leadership Greater McHenry County now accepting 2021 internship applications

  • Leadership Greater McHenry County selected six summer interns for 2020. Applications for next year ends Jan. 29. The summer interns were, from left, Ellie Thurow, Emma Kubelka, Julia Tompkins, Emily Osmanski, Lexi Gray, and Maddie Naughton.

    Leadership Greater McHenry County selected six summer interns for 2020. Applications for next year ends Jan. 29. The summer interns were, from left, Ellie Thurow, Emma Kubelka, Julia Tompkins, Emily Osmanski, Lexi Gray, and Maddie Naughton. Courtesy of Christine Johnson

 
Submitted by Christine Johnson
Posted12/20/2020 1:00 AM

Leadership Greater McHenry County recently opened the application process for the Summer 2021 LGMC Nonprofit Leadership Intern Program.

The paid internship allows current college students to explore the career potential that exists within the nonprofit sector while developing management and leadership skills.

 

Six interns will be selected for the Summer 2021 program through a competitive application and interview process.

The program is open to college students from all majors. Interns will be matched with participating McHenry County nonprofit organizations based on interests, skills, and the host's specific needs. Applicants must have either graduated from a McHenry County high school or currently reside in the county.

Applications for the Summer 2021 program are being accepted through Jan. 29.

Learn more about the program and intern eligibility requirements at www.leadershipgmc.org/programs/intern-program/.

For more information, contact Christine Johnson at (815) 337-8750 or intern@leadershipgmc.org.

Leadership Greater McHenry County's mission is to foster and develop community leaders through focused, experiential programs.

Visit www.leadershipgmc.org or www.facebook.com/LeadershipGreaterMchenryCounty/.

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