Support the Allyson Clark Communication Internship
Allyson Clark spent 25 years as a professional technical writer and a lifetime as a champion of education and equality. She was a supporter of Makindu Children’s Program and Daraja Academy, both located in Kenya. Daraja founder Jenni Doherty fondly remembers Allyson’s listening ear and thoughtful advice when the academy was in its early days.
The Allyson Clark Communication Internship was created with help from Allyson’s husband Dennis Wininger and their friend Paula Belford-Hutchison. The internship accomplishes 3 main goals to honor Allyson’s memory:
> It gives a young person the experience of doing international humanitarian work, creating a life-long social advocate.
> It teaches a young person about nonprofit communication and development, preparing them for a profession in this important field.
> And it helps support the fundraising efforts of Daraja Academy as they offer education and empowerment to girls from poverty.
The intern will live and work on Daraja Academy’s campus for 5-6 months. Your donations toward this internship will help cover the cost of travel and provide a small stipend for the 2 interns selected each year.
You can learn more about the details of this internship on Daraja’s recruitment page.