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 NPI Fellows

The NPI Fellows are students who participate in an internship with our NPI community partners. There are a total of five internships that are offered each quarter. These are the testimonies of students who have interned.


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Adriana Sarocco, '16 (CET Office of the Center Director)

Major/Minor(s): Management/International Business
Hometown: Boston, MA
Interests/Hobbies: running, music, sustainability, smiling, my cats, coffee, snow globe collecting, underwater basket weaving, yodeling, traveling.

How I came to get involved with NPI and what I'm learning (or hope to learn):
I first heard of NPI when I was involved in the Emerging Leaders Program at SCU. The NPI program caught my attention, and a year later I finally got the opportunity to apply and become a part of this amazing program. Through the NPI program I hope to be immersed in the community around me, and to be able to make a difference using the skills I have learned in my courses at SCU. I hope to not only make a positive impact on those that I work with, but to also gain experience and knowledge in the management and infrastructure of a non-profit organization. I have been working with NPI for only a short period of time, but I am already gaining so much hands-on knowledge through the program. I have already learned so much about myself, and how I interact with others in the office. I can't wait to see what fun the future holds!


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