We’re pleased to welcome our new team member, Angie Samaniego, as our fall intern. In this role, she will be exploring career growth opportunities and learning important work force skills as she assists our team.
“We are pleased to provide these professional development opportunities for our local students.” said CREDC President Jennifer Baker. During her internship, Angie will learn about the different aspects of business operations and assist with research projects.
A senior from Fort Vancouver High School, Angie is only three credits away from graduation. She also previously attended Clark College through the Running Start program and will graduate with 15 college credits.
Angie looks forward to learning about Vancouver’s economic development opportunities. “I am excited to expand my knowledge about sector businesses in our area, and how they affect our economy,” said Angie. “This internship is such a great opportunity to explore the business world while creating connections with educated leaders in the community.”
The Columbia River Economic Development Council (CREDC) is the leading economic development organization for Clark County, working to advance the economic vitality of the region through business growth and innovation. CREDC’s mission is to develop a strong, innovative business environment across Clark County in collaboration with over 150 private and public sector partners.
Learn more at: www.CREDC.org