No one tells the Take Stock in Children Sarasota story better than those who have experienced it firsthand. The Alumni Alliance was created by alumni for alumni. We want to recognize and celebrate the accomplishments of our Take Stock Sarasota graduates and foster a culture of leadership, support, and community engagement.
As an alumnus, you are part of a network of over 6,500 graduates that is growing each year. The Alumni Alliance seeks to unite alumni efforts in support of Take Stock in Children by connecting alumni on their university or college campuses, increasing postsecondary success, and creating greater awareness for Take Stock in Children both locally and statewide.
Interested? Contact Diana Dill (941) 504-0995
Your postsecondary institution is also a great resource for assisting you with your internship search and placement. Check back often as our list of internship opportunities continues to expand.
In our efforts to provide resources to our Alumni we will be developing a series of webinars related to professional development. Let us know what topics you’d like to hear about by emailing our Alumni Engagement Team at [email protected]
Graduated from Clemson University in 2022 with her Bachelor’s of Science in Environmental and Natural Resources with a concentration in Economic and Natural Resource Policy and with a double minor in Spanish and Political Science. Throughout college, Kayla maintained a high GPA, was active in the Delta Zeta sorority, where she headed the Community Service Committee and worked a part time job waiting tables. Following graduation, Kayla accepted the role of Early Careers Sustainability Consultant at Environmental Resources Management in Washington, D.C.
Currently attends University of Florida where she is pursuing her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Public Health through a combined degree program. While at UF Justine interned at a Gainesville food pantry, implementing several new programs, and served as both Secretary and President for the Inter-Residence Hall Association Secretary, working with the Department of Housing to plan welcome events for more than 6000 students across campus.