Meet the Union County 4-H Summer Intern!

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Union County 4-H Summer Intern AngelUnion County 4-H is excited to welcome back a summer intern who will help the program with the various summer day camps that will begin in just a few weeks. This year’s 4-H summer intern is Angel Richardson of Marshville, North Carolina.Angel is a 2020 graduate from Forest Hills who currently attends Fayetteville State University. The incoming sophomore plans to major in either nursing or social work. Angel participated as a Counselor-in-Training (CIT) in 2017. Through her experience, she knew one day she’d follow the steps of other college students who were involved in 4-H to serve as a summer intern as well.

Angel will spend the majority of her summer internship experience assisting with the summer day camp program and working alongside the 4-H Program Assistant Ms. Leah Joyner to ensure a fantastic experience for the young people participating in the day camps.

Union County 4-H Summer Intern, Angel, playing with a child in the 4-H program in a gymnasium

Angel shared that she hopes to gain more life skills in public speaking and patience. She is also interested in gaining experience working with many different people especially the younger generation to mentor and support them throughout the summer.

Let’s welcome Angel to the team!