SANDUSKY, Ohio – Parkvue Community in Sandusky has welcomed a college student as a summer intern thanks to a grant from the Erie County Community Foundation.
Megan Maschari, a 2018 graduate of Sandusky Central Catholic, is a student at Capital University, studying marketing with a minor in digital design.
She will have the opportunity to learn about nonprofit operations and job opportunities in long-term care and acquire in-demand professional marketing skills. Maschari will work with both Parkvue’s and United Church Homes’ staff.
Parkvue’s goal for the program is to help Maschari prepare for a job after graduation, to provide insight into the senior living professional and sales process and the benefits of working for a nonprofit organization.
“We would like to be a good neighbor by helping to develop, and hopefully keep, young talent in Erie County,” Miller said. “We look forward to working with the Erie County Community Foundation on this and other projects, and we are thankful for their support.”
For more information about Parkvue Community, visit parkvue.org.
About Parkvue: Parkvue Community is a full life plan community offering independent and assisted living, memory care, rehabilitation and skilled nursing care to nearly 200 older adults. As part of the United Church Homes family of senior living communities, its mission is to transform aging by building a culture of community, wholeness and peace.
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