Three Georgia Southern University alumni will soon embark on the adventure of a lifetime when they head west to Montana to work in the great outdoors.
Jakob Richardson (’21), Anna Masino (’21) and Brody Englert (’21) are the most recent Georgia Southern graduates to join AmeriCorps, a federal agency that brings people together to tackle the country’s most pressing challenges through national service and volunteering.
Through the AmeriCorps program, the trio of Eagles will each complete a 1,700-hour full-time internship with Montana State Parks where they will be entrusted with accomplishing a variety of different tasks that will have a long-lasting impact on the stewardship of Montana’s state parks system.
“Read on to learn more“, about each student, how they came to join AmeriCorps.
More Great News!
Bryanna Markland, a Senior in Recreation & Tourism Management has been accepted into the Manager in Training Program (MIT) with the Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Division of Parks, Recreation, and Historic Sites. Bryanna is currently interning at Magnolia Springs State Park and will complete her MIT appointment at A.H. Stevens State Park near Augusta. She will be placed as an Assistant Park Manager at one of Georgia’s 63 state parks and historic sites upon completion of the MIT program. Congratulations to Bryanna, who is very deserving of the opportunity! Please contact Dr. John Peden, Program Coordinator of Recreation & Tourism Management for more information on careers with Georgia DNR: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: 1/21/2022