Other Voices – Alexis Seagraves, 2018 Fellow

Other Voices is a leadership development and community-building experience through the Greensboro Chamber of Commerce in which participants – in frank and open dialogue – build their insight and understanding of the roots of prejudice. The program facilitator helps participants determine how “oppressive-isms” affect their quality of life in shared cross-cultural environments. Participants evaluate personal […]

Meet our Program Assistant – Sommer Fanney

  With the growth of Campus Greensboro, comes the growth of our team! We are thrilled to announce that we have hired Sommer Fanney as our Program Assistant. Sommer will be instrumental to the application and recruiting process, as well as the event logistics of the 2019 Fellows Program. Sommer was a Fellow in 2017 […]

Upcoming Career Fairs

Campus Greensboro partners with amazing colleges/universities that produce top talent!  Employers – are you looking to hire for full-time positions and/or fall/spring interns? Greensboro’s 7 colleges/universities have career fairs coming up that can introduce you to top talent as you recruit for these roles. Below is a list of the upcoming events and the contact […]

KC’s Story: Pursuing a Career in Nonprofit

KC Kirchner is a Greensboro native who is pursuing her dream to make a difference through a career in the nonprofit sector. She is a 2018 Fellow and spent her summer interning with A Simple Gesture, a nonprofit missioned to end hunger. KC is currently studying communication studies and Spanish language at UNC Charlotte. When […]

Matching Funds for 2019 Nonprofit Internships

Campus Greensboro (formerly the Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Program) is seeking nonprofit partners to host local interns in summer 2019. Thank you to Lincoln Financial Foundation for its generous support, which will provide this opportunity for the third year in a row. #LincolnsLegacy #grant With an interest in expanding nonprofit internship opportunities in 2019, the program […]

Sustainability Meets Veganism Meets Entrepreneurship

Matthew Mullens has a passion for sustainability. Growing up in Charlotte, Matt chose to move to Greensboro to attend NC A&T State University and study industrial engineering. Through his education and a couple of experiential learning opportunities, Matt realized that to “walk the walk” of sustainability, he needed to become vegan and to lift up […]

Let’s Talk Numbers – 2018 Fellows Program Overview

The 2018 Fellows Program wrapped up with a Closing Reception on August 6th with 250+ business stakeholders, community leaders, Fellows Program mentors, and Fellows in attendance. The event was sponsored by Lincoln Financial Group and was held at the Cadillac Service Garage in downtown Greensboro. As the summer came to a close, we surveyed the […]

Campus Greensboro: New Brand, New Vision

After 3 successful years of the Fellows Program being under Opportunity Greensboro, it is time to branch out and expand. [You can read more about the history of Opportunity Greensboro and the Fellows Program here]. With 50,000 college students in Greensboro, our mission is to broaden our reach and help more college students see Greensboro […]

Professional Conferences as an Intern: A Reflection by Hope Freeman

Being an intern is not what it used to be. An internship doesn’t mean fetching coffee, making copies, and filing – it includes meaningful experiential learning opportunities that can advance a student’s career. In addition to adding value to an organization through tangible projects, some interns get to attend board meetings, client consultations, and more. […]

The Center for Creative Leadership: A Reflection by Lulu Priddy

A capstone of the Fellows Program is a 2-day tailored training through the Leonard Kaplan Leadership Institute at the Center for Creative Leadership (CCL). CCL is a top-ranked, global provider of leadership development. During this training, the Fellows learn how to identify elements and drivers of effective leadership, maximize their leadership capacity, address personal leadership […]