Sing Me A Story has plenty of opportunities to hone your skill set & become stronger leaders in whatever field you're in. We've had the privilege of working with several up-and-coming young people as interns. If you are interested in using your talents to make a difference in the lives of children in need, please reach out to Austin Atteberry at firstname.lastname@example.org. All our internships are done remotely.
Enzo Vallente is a junior at New York University majoring in Media, Culture, and Communication (a mouthful, he knows) with a minor in Creative Writing. Having been truly inspired by the mission of Sing Me A Story, he hopes to help foster and facilitate creative connections between musicians and children. In his free time, you can find him writing poems, watching movies and eating anything whatsoever. Sometimes, he’ll even do all three at the same time.
Rachel Stamberg is so excited to join the Sing Me A Story team! She is currently a senior at the University of Delaware, where she majors in Media Communication with minors in Advertising, Journalism, and Organizational and Community Leadership. Since growing up in musical theater, she loves to watch the impact music has on people. Rachel is excited to combine her passion for helping people in need with her interest in music through Sing Me A Story’s mission!
Abigail Adeleke is a rising junior at the University of Miami majoring in Journalism and Psychology and minoring in Spanish. As a first-year intern with Sing Me a Story, Abigail has been given the opportunity to reach out to managers and artists at festivals such as Blue Ox and the world's largest music festival, Summerfest. She is also working on connecting North American Corporations with SMAS and fostering collaboration between the two domains. She is originally from Chicago and currently lives in Bentonville, AR. Abigail is passionate about working with kids, photography, and traveling.