Daniel K Kibet '19, Center for Career and Community Engagement | Earlham College
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Daniel K Kibet '19

I am looking forward to getting some new experience with my internship program. It is my first time ever working in a structured corporation and tasked with responsibilities meant to improve the welfare of the organization.

As a Marketing intern, I will be able to learn skills that are necessary for the profession from my intended career.

My interests are in getting to know and appreciate other people’s beliefs and customs. Learn how to make myself better at what I do and be able to relate well with my workmates and bosses.

My goals for the summer is to take full advantage of the internship opportunity to learn new skills, be able to complete assigned tasks on time and be as productive and efficient as possible with my assignments.

About This Internship: 

Good News Habitat for Humanity is looking for a motivated individual with good people skills, to help us recruit new volunteers and partner families. Part of this individual's duties would be to help us get out into the community, meet new people and make new contacts. This would include going to fairs, street fairs, block parties, and all other community events at which Habitat for Humanity is represented, and working alongside our current staff and volunteers to help us spread the word about our mission. 

This individual will also be given the opportunity to work alongside our Marketing Director and help create and design new marketing materials such as pamphlets, booklets, t-shirts and other promotional giveaways. They will be given the opportunity to work on the planning and execution of Habitat events and fundraisers. For example, our previous intern assisted in the planning of our Ha Ha’s for Habitat event in which we brought in comedian Dave Coulier, “Uncle Joey from Full House and Fuller House.” 



Daniel K Kibet

Daniel K Kibet '19

Marketing Intern, Good News Habitat for Humanity

Major: Undeclared

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