Alumni

Welcome alumni of CORRAL Riding Academy!

This page is dedicated to reconnecting with alumni through volunteering and events.

Please fill out our alumni survey below and read on to learn how to volunteer!

Phase II Re-Entry


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Camille Brown


Program Director

Camille.Brown@corralriding.org

Lauren Clements


Managing Director, Neuse River Campus

lauren.clements@corralriding.org

CORRAL Internship Program

Non Profit Management/Business Internship

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What you’ll do:

CRM Management

    • Ensures that important data is represented appropriately in the database
    • Create and manage reporting
    • Customize the platform to CORRAL’s needs

Office Management

    • Manages CORRAL’s office procurement procedures along with office organizational systems

Volunteer Management

    • Provides support in planning engaging events and trainings for CORRAL’s volunteers
    • Helps with volunteer communication and management

Finance

    • Assists with various financial tasks including the processing of donations, expense management & reporting

Internship Schedule
Business interns typically work 20 hours a week, with flexibility within the Monday–Friday 9am–5pm office schedule. Please contact jennifer.brown@corralriding.org for more information and to apply.

Communications & Marketing Internship

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What you’ll do:

Social Media

    • Manage CORRAL’s Instagram, Facebook & LinkedIn accounts — engage followers at least 3xs per week
    • Assist in gathering appropriate content for all accounts

Marketing & Communication

    • Contribute to the creation of email campaigns
    • Partner with Director of Marketing to run fundraising campaigns
    • Represent CORRAL at various events such as volunteer fairs, referral meetings, and fundraisers
    • Facilitate the on-time completion of projects within our Marketing Committee

Program Management

    • Assist as a tutor during programming
    • Attend staff team meetings
    • Collaborate with student interns on various projects

Internship Schedule
Communications interns typically work 20 hours a week, with flexibility within the Monday‐Friday 9am‐5pm office schedule. Please contact janvika.shah@corralriding.org for more information and to apply.

Programming Internship

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What you’ll do:

    • Plan and execute activities both within and outside of programming for participants (ie: horse shows, extra activities, incentives)
    • Assist during programming either in the riding arena or as a tutor
    • Lead participant check-in
    • Perform various administrative tasks to ensure program effectiveness
    • Liaise between CORRAL & community partners
    • Collaborate with programming staff to create effective intervention plans for program participants

Desired/preferred qualifications

    • Experience working with high-risk youth
    • Relevant course experience (Psychology, Program Management, etc.)

Internship Schedule
Programming interns typically work Saturdays 8:30am–5pm, and work 10–15 additional hours between 11am–7pm Tuesday–Thursday and 10am–4pm on Fridays. Please contact lauren.clements@corralriding.org for position at Raleigh farm and camille.brown@corralriding.org  at Cary farm.

Equine Internship

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What you’ll do:

Manage herd health of 10 rescued horses

    • Coordinate training and grooming calendar
    • Assess and cares for medical needs, both routine and emergency

Assist Equine Director in field management

    • Ensure proper rotational grazing of horse herd
    • Administer and responds to soil samples

Oversee organization and management of barn including horse tack and supplies

    • Seek donations of needed items
    • Serve as liaison with horse community to best serve the needs of the horses and farm

Project management

    • Coordinate task list of Horse & Farm Volunteers and communicates farm needs to volunteers

Desired/preferred qualifications

    • Natural Horsemanship experience
    • Interest in Equine Assisted Psychotherapy
    • Business related coursework

Internship schedule
Equine interns typically work 20–30 hours a week, with flexible hours available between 11am–7pm Tuesday‐Thursday, 11am–5pm on Fridays & 9am–5pm on Saturdays. Please contact lauren.clements@corralriding.org for position at Raleigh farm and dakota.getrouw@corralriding.org  at Cary farm.

Graphic Design Internship

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What you’ll do:

Assist Creative Manager with:

    • Executing print and digital graphics (usually based on existing designs)
    • Editing email layouts in Pardot email marketing software
    • Providing creative ideas for projects

Desired/preferred qualifications

    • 1 to 2 years as part of a graphic design program at an accredited college or university
    • Proficiency in Adobe Creative Cloud apps, especially Photoshop, InDesign, & Illustrator
    • Knowledge of formatting for digital platforms (including social media)
    • Knowledge of print process
    • Keen understanding of great design and current design trends
    • Strong interpersonal and written communication skills
    • Organized, dependable, and detail oriented
    • Quick learner and efficient
    • Passion for furthering our mission through great design and communication while adhering to our current brand standards
    • Knowledge of WordPress
    • Familiar with HTML/CSS

Internship schedule
Graphic design interns typically work 10–15 hours a week, with most work being done remotely and preferred attendance at the farm on Friday mornings from 9:30a–12:30p to attend meetings and meet with the Creative Manager. Contact alison@corralriding.org for more information and to apply.

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