RCCF Welcomes Summer Interns

(Ripley County, IN) – The Ripley County Community Foundation is welcoming summer interns Catherine Streator and Brady Westerfeld.

In their roles, they will both focus on program development and implementation.

Streator is an incoming freshman at Indiana University in Bloomington. She enjoys basketball and ice cream.

“I am excited to start working with the community foundation because I am passionate about giving back and improving the quality of life of those around me,” Streator said. “I am also excited to help Genesis (Pathways to Success) develop and execute youth educational camps to provide students with the opportunity to learn something new and enhance their curiosity. I hope to gain a stronger understanding of what it means to be a philanthropist and foster my education skills.”

Westerfeld will be a junior at IU in the fall. Outside of school and work, Westerfeld enjoys playing golf and basketball, as well as hanging out with friends and spending time outside.

“Joining the Ripley County Community Foundation will allow me to work with others, and learn meaningful skills that will help me with a job in the workforce when I am done with college. Not only will this internship allow me to do these things, but it will also allow me to help improve and restore my community, which is of great importance to me,” Westerfeld said.

The Ripley County Community Foundation says it’s committed to Connecting People Who Care with Causes that Matter and is located at 13 E. George Street, Suite B, in Batesville.

To learn how you can invest in the future of Ripley County, or leave a legacy, contact the Ripley County Community Foundation at (812) 933-1098 or visit www.rccfonline.org.