Spring Students Making a Difference
At Lung Cancer Initiative, our student volunteers are critical to carrying out our mission. We offer internships three times a year, spring, summer, and fall. Internships available include public health, marketing and communications, and special events. This spring, we are excited to welcome three undergraduate interns who are already making an impact at LCI. Meet our amazing student volunteers and continue reading to learn more about how they are furthering their education through their work at LCI.
Madison Kreisler- Marketing Intern
Madison is a senior at NC State University majoring in Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing. She is from Atlanta, GA, and has always had an interest in nonprofits as giving back to the community is a very important value instilled into her by her family. After graduation in May, she hopes to further her knowledge and experience in marketing and nonprofits, and is excited for what is to come. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her friends, family, and dog, and loves to travel.
Nikhil Bhagat- Public Health Intern
Nikhil is a senior at East Carolina University pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Public Health. He is currently helping manage our Gas Card Program as well as numerous other tasks around the office. Nikhil is passionate about public health, research, service through leadership and music. During his spare time, he enjoys making music, playing video games, and watching his favorite sports teams lose.
Riya Patel- Public Health Intern
Riya Patel is a Public Health Intern. She is a junior majoring in Human Biology at North Carolina State University. She has a strong interest in Public Health and a passion to make a difference in the community. In her free time, Riya enjoys going on hikes, hanging out with her friends and family, and traveling.