Waccamaw Community Foundation is pleased to announce a new summer internship program designed for Wall Fellows at Coastal Carolina University.
Our first intern, Anaiya Moore, of the 2021 Class of the Wall Fellows Program, is working in Grantmaking & Community Leadership as well as Communication.
The Wall Fellows Program is a rigorous two-year program for top-performing students across all majors at CCU to prepare them for high-level careers in major organizations around the world. Fellows are offered personalized career coaching through personal and professional development.
The internship for Wall Fellows is made possible by a fund that was established in honor of Harold Stowe, who is an avid supporter of both the Wall Fellows and Waccamaw Community Foundation.
Anaiya is currently a Junior at Coastal Carolina University where she is majoring in Business Management with a minor in Hospitality Resort and Tourism Management. She has a focus in Operations and Supply Chain Management but has a passion for the nonprofit sector. She is involved with many organizations on campus such as the NAACP, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated, the Orientation Team, as well as a fellowship in the Jackson Scholar Program. After graduation, Anaiya plans to pursue a career in the nonprofit sector and to continue her education.