This summer, THC is happy to have a new intern serving with our organization! Arylasha Hood started with THC in May 2014, and serves as THC’s first Family Housing Solutions Intern! In that position, she helps case managers with data entry in a variety of exciting and innovative assessment tools that help families create transformational change in their lives! We took a little time to hear more from Arlaysha in an interview!
I was born and raised in Washington, DC where the world around me is very vibrant and loud. I am currently a rising senior at Pennsylvania State University, a place that is so different (refreshing and quiet) that helped me discover what I should do with the rest of my life. I decided to pursue a major in Human Development and Family Studies where I could learn about the different dynamics of people where I could be a benefit in their life.
What are you passionate about?
I am passionate about finding innovative ways
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to helping people through every aspect of their life; some may call this a challenge, I call it worthwhile.
What brings you to THC?
What motivates me to intern with THC is the incredible atmosphere that is here. It is one thing to read about http://plavixgeneric-uses.com/ what an organization does for the beloved city you grew up in, but it was another feeling once I became a part of something that was buy viagra online happening for years. Interning with THC has opened my eyes to the different situations that people face daily and I began to learn more about myself than I could ever imagine.
What are your post-internship plans?
After my internship is over I am looking forward to going back to school and sharing the lessons that I learned and just my overall experience. Also, after the internship I would like to find a way to keep helping others, even in the smallest way possible while I am at school or back in DC on school breaks; I will keep striving towards my goals because THC made them a reality.