College to County Success Stories
Innocent Kisanga shares his experience working as an intern in the Aging Disability & Veterans Services Division and his current goals as a full-time employee.
Last summer, the Multnomah County Sheriff's Office hosted six College to County interns, the highest number the agency has supported through the C2C program.
During the summer of 2021 the Mental Health Unit counted on the support of Zola Neal (She/Her/Hers)
Our College to County (C2C) program is celebrating its 10 anniversary. Hear from C2C Alum Alex Perez on the impact of an internship.
VIDEO - Markayla Shattuck shares how she used her psychology interest to gain skills and shape her internship.
VIDEO - Allyson Spencer, C2C Program founder, shares how internships build relationships and serves the needs of our community.
ARTICLE - Our program connects young people with career pathways to public service. During a pandemic that has isolated so many of us, we held on to one of our core values: building relationships.
ARTICLE - Meet Julia Adebawo and how she used her internship to gain perspective and explore her interests.
ARTICLE - Employees of public organizations are navigating the present times, this year's interns have managed to carry out important work despite the challenges that working from home may present.
ARTICLE - Jaques Montgomery shares how he used his internship opportunity to create a career.
VIDEO - The Bridge Section's Fabian Jimenez talks about how the College to County Mentorship Program put him on the path to an engineering career with the county.
ARTICLE - We’re going to need great strategies and smart thinkers to address the challenges and opportunities we face now and in the future
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