Recently, HOPE was asked by Internships.com to be featured in their new weekly blog series called, “Company Spotlight.” This fresh blog series showcases companies that Internships.com think are interesting, and offer good internship opportunities for students.
by Edward K. Minta, Development Fellow – Office of the Chairman
Before delving further into how Entrepreneurship and Capitalism work alongside one another, each must be understood at its most basic level.
“An entrepreneur is a person who organizes and manages a business undertaking, assuming the risk for the sake of profit. An entrepreneur: Sees an opportunity; makes a plan; starts the business; manages the...
by Gabrielle Arrington, Development Fellow – HOPE Office of Partnerships
Through an ongoing office initiative, “HOPE ATL Supports”, HOPE Atlanta interns, fellows, and staff have been volunteering their time with civic and community organizations in the metro area. As a HOPE Fellow, I had the opportunity to coordinate an office community service activity with Trinity Community Ministries, and arrange a...
by Badryah Alhusaini, Accounting Fellow, Los Angeles
My name is Badryah Alhusaini. I am the Accounting Fellow at HOPE’s Los Angeles office. The first few months of my fellowship were nothing short of great.
During my last few months in graduate school, I was eagerly searching for jobs. I always knew I wanted to end up working at a nonprofit. Therefore, when I came across Operation HOPE’s fellowship opportunity,...
HOPE Atlanta is excited to invite its newest intern, Munir Winkel. Munir plans to use his diverse experience in financial literacy, research, writing, and mathematics to assist with implementing programs to help clients cultivate the financial knowledge and self-determination to grow their own wealth. HOPE Altanta is excited to help this promising young graduate a chance to utilize his wealth of knowledge in...
Katherine Karmen Trujillo is Operation HOPE’s Summer 2012 Global Initiatives Fellow. Trujillo is a recent University of California, Berkeley graduate whose studies focused on grassroots movements and democratization in Latin America and the Middle East.
The first day of our fellowship with Operation HOPE in Washington DC began with one phrase, “Do you have comfortable shoes?”
Operation HOPE (HOPE) has enhanced its commitment to empowering youth with the inauguration of the HOPE Fellowship, Internship, and Loaned Executive Program (FILE).
Christian Robinson, a native of Raleigh, NC, is a spring 2012 graduate of North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University. Robinson will be joining HOPE one of two Legislative Aid Fellows this summer.
Sandy Chan joins the HOPE team as the Global Money Fellow. Chan is a senior at New York University studying Economics and Mathematics.
Sherry Tao joins Operation HOPE this summer as the HOPE Forums fellow under the leadership of Lance Triggs. Tao is a senior at the University of California studying Media and Cultural Studies with a minor in Chinese.
Whitney Robinson will be joining HOPE as the 700 Credit Score Fellow. Robinson is currently completing her last year as a student at the University of California Riverside studying Business and Marketing.
Ann Li will be joining HOPE’s 2012 fellow cohort as Deputy Director of Field Operations. Ann received her undergraduate degree in Business Administration and International Relations from the University of Southern California in 2012.