Updated: Jun 5, 2020
This summer we have been blessed again with another intern through the Tyson Summer Community Internship Program and Iowa Campus Compact. Through this program, interns receive a grant from Tyson Foods to go out into community and work at a nonprofit organization.
As a social media marketing intern, Rae Clinkenbeard has been maintaining our social media platforms, developing new content to post regularly, creating flyers and promotional items for our events, collecting photographs and videos for our archives, and completed our first ever summer e-newsletter. Through social media and the e-newsletter, Rae has been able to educate others about our programs, our volunteers, our donors, and the never ending need in our community.
Rae Clinkenbeard is a senior at Morningside College where she was given the opportunity to participate in the Tyson internship program. Her future plans consist of stepping into the business world through her majors in Arts Administration and Photography.
The Food Bank has been most fortunate to have an intern to help tell the story of hunger, and the work done to fight hunger in our community. Through the power of effective social media, more people have been reached and understand the need and the solutions to help fight hunger in Siouxland!