Meet the interns!

 

 

 

PAZ interns and volunteers have been busy spreading the word on the importance of voting NO on Prop 105. Learn more about PAZ interns and their stories.

Alvaro

Intern

"I’m Alvaro, and I’m a rising junior at Northwestern University studying Latino/a Studies. I was raised and moved around the valley in East and West Phoenix. I went to schools throughout the Isaac, Fowler, and Balsz elementary school districts. I graduated with the Class of 2017 at Brophy College Preparatory. It was at Brophy that I learned about Promise Arizona. Now at my halfway-point in college, I’m focusing more on my professional development. I am currently interning at Promise Arizona through Northwestern’s Summer Internship Grant Program (SIGP). I hope to explore and learn more about the nonprofit sector to inform my future career aspirations."

 

Jasmin

Intern

"I’m an incoming freshman at Arizona State University, and I’m majoring in biomedical engineering. I graduated from Metro Tech High School in May. I was born and raised in Phoenix, Arizona, moving from the East side to the West side. I spent the past three summers volunteering at St. Mary’s Food Bank, and I completed over 500 hours of community service in total. Being a part of Promise Arizona allows me to continue making a difference in my community and explore my passions in non-profits as I get ready to embark on my college journey. "

 

Dane

Intern

I'm a rising senior at Brophy College Preparatory. I am a native Arizonan living in Central Phoenix. Throughout high school, I have been passionate about non-profit work and making a difference in the community. On campus I have led food drives and advocated for DACA reform. To finish off my senior year, I am interning with Promise Arizona to further my experience with change-making organizations. Joining this team allows me to gain a more full understanding of non-profit work and guides me on my future endeavors for college. 

Weston

Volunteer

I am a junior at Brophy College Preparatory. I began doing volunteer work in 6th grade when I joined an organization called Boys Team Charity. Since then, I have volunteered at numerous different organizations including Miracle League and Ability 360. For my junior year at Brophy, I must fulfill a 40 hour service requirement called Ignatian Encounter.  I chose to complete my 40 hours of service at Promise Arizona with the hope of helping effect change within the immigrant community in Phoenix. I look forward to working with Promise Arizona to help with the Vote No on Prop 105 campaign.

                    

               

             

             

 

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