Karoline Coryea joins the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce as a high school student intern. She is a senior at Northeastern junior/senior high school who plans to major in marketing and public relations at Miami University. Karoline brings experience in event planning from four years on student council helping plan one formal dance and one semi-formal dance a year. She also initiated planning a 5k to help fundraise money for prom.
Amy Oler Holthouse, President and CEO of the chamber, said, “Karoline has been very eager to help with whatever needs done, and is a great fit at the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce.”
Coryea said, “I am very honored to be a part of helping the community, and am very grateful to have the opportunity to intern at the Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce. Everyone at the Chamber has been hospitable and very thoughtful.”
The Wayne County Area Chamber of Commerce is a business network that promotes members and the community by encouraging economic growth and a superior quality of life. The organization does this by providing network opportunities, developing strategic partnerships, and a number of initiatives. These initiatives include the Community Improvement awards program, the Taste of Wayne County program, hosting local political debates and more.