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nATALLI AMATO

Communications, Intern
My name is Natalli Amato and I had the great pleasure of working with the CNYCF Communications team over the summer of 2018 and into the fall semester. I’m from Sackets Harbor, New York, and currently, I study Public Relations and Sociology at Syracuse University. Read More

 

Olivia dates

Community Investment, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs John Ben Snow Fellow
Originally from Corning, NY, I first discovered my passion for nonprofits through various volunteer experiences as a high school student. Whether working at the food pantry, creating care packages for active military members, or helping deliver meals to seniors – I was hooked!  Read More

maria wagenhofer

Community Investment, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs John Ben Snow Fellow
Hi, I’m Maria! A little bit about me: I am originally from Waterloo, Iowa, a town of around 70,000 in the northeastern part of the state. I attended Valparaiso University in northwest Indiana where I graduated with a degree in psychology and a minor in Urban Studies. Read More

Jeffrey smith

Finance, David J. Moynihan Accounting Fellow
I am honored to be the David J. Moynihan Fellow here at CNYCF. Currently, I am a senior at Le Moyne College pursuing a Bachelors degree in Accounting and an MBA. Upon graduation I plan to start my professional career in public accounting and, hopefully, pass the CPA exam. Read More

Lydia Wilson

Communications, Multimedia Intern
After graduating high school in Minneapolis, Minnesota, I spent a summer working with the Marketing Communications department at the YMCA of the Rockies in Colorado. I wrote stories about the YMCA’s retreats for veterans, heritage adoption camps, and camps for children with disabilities. 
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kate waltman

Finance, David J. Moynihan Accounting Fellow
My internship experiences in nonprofit accounting at both the Community Foundation and the Rescue Mission have further inspired my goal of obtaining by CPA and pursuing a career locally in accounting. Read More

Alexus martin

Communications, Multimedia Intern
My internship at the Community Foundation gave the opportunity to further develop my video editing and storytelling skills which has helped me immensly in my academic and professional career.


SHADAYVIA WALLACE

Community Investment, Intern
My internship experience with the Community Investment team at the Community Foundation has further inspired me to want to be an engaged member of the Syracuse community.

Trevor zalkind

Communications, Multimedia Intern
My internship with CNYCF provided me with a wider perspective of communities and the philanthropic sector as a whole, which has been pivotal in my current role as Program Associate at El Pomar Foundation in Colorado and any future work with foundations in the future.

Rachel sier

Community Investment, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs John Ben Snow Fellow
My role as a Snow Fellow provided me with a high level picture of the working of community oriented nonprofits. This opportunity fundamentally shaped my graduate school experience and inspired me to continue on my career path as a nonprofit professional.


emily chase

Community Investment, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs John Ben Snow Fellow
As an intern, the Community Foundation welcomed me as a true member of their team and gave me the opportunity to gain experience in community grantmaking while strengthening my commitment to fostering positive change in the Central New York region.


DANIELLE ROTH

Communications, Multimedia Intern
As a multimedia communications intern, I loved doing hands-on tasks like editing videos or writing blog posts. Interning for the Community Foundation convinced me that I had to work in a community-focused workplace when I graduated. 


spencer smith

Finance, David J. Moynihan Accounting Fellow
My internship experience with the Community Foundation has inspired me to pursue obtaining my CPA license and has been invaluable in showing me that community involvement opportunities are available in the accounting field. 


Caroline boone

Community Investment, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs John Ben Snow Fellow
As a John Ben Snow Fellow at CNYCF, I developed the skills I needed to launch my career in philanthropy. My experience at the foundation taught me the transformational impact philanthropy can have on a community.


narcisa ledesma

Community Investment, Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs John Ben Snow Fellow
My internship at the Community Foundation helped me gain valuable knowledge and skills in data analysis. I am confident that my experience helped me secure a position with the NYC Department of Education as a data analyst.

RUthnie angrand

Communications, Marketing Intern
During my time at the Community Foundation I applied my interests and multimedia storytelling abilities toward a year-long apprenticeship teaching me project management and allowing me to partner in regional marketing and branding campaigns. I entered the workforce with confidence, an associate-level portfolio, the ability to be comfortable in any professional environment and most importantly mentors and friends.   


 
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