Grow Wabash County Welcomes New Interns

Wabash County, Indiana (September 16, 2019)- Grow Wabash County would like to proudly introduce Ally Jarvis and Landon Topliff as their new fall interns.

Jarvis is a senior at Manchester University where she is earning a degree in Marketing with a minor in Industrial Organizational Psychology. She is originally from Michigan and chose Manchester University because she stated that, “it felt like home.” Since coming here in 2016, she has had time to explore the area and between the amazing people she has met and the small-town communities Wabash County has started to feel like home as well. During the summers she works as a manager at a winery in Michigan then during the school year she is a dorm Resident Assistant and a mentor for the College of Business Club.

Topliff is a senior at Southwood High School and plans on seeking higher education after he graduates. He is the President of Student Congress and a group leader in Peers Educating Peers. Topliff has also been an active participant of Southwood’s extracurricular activities including cross country, track, wrestling, golf, and speech & debate. Outside of the classroom, he is also a member of The Beekeepers of Indiana and cofounder of a local business, Bizzy Beez, LLC.  Topliff was a contestant in Grow Wabash County’s INnovate Wabash County competition, held this past April, pitching his aforementioned business earning him fourth place overall. He has since been awarded two other grants from The Fortitude Fund and The Young Visionaries fund.

Grow Wabash County believes the importance of an internship experience cannot be overstated for both the students and employers. Local business interested in hiring local interns can contact the following internship coordinators:


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