This summer, we are fostering a new intern in Claire Stackel. Claire is a rising sophomore at Le Moyne College where she studies finance and plays on the women’s soccer team. She first learned of A Tiny Home for Good while hearing Andrew speak at a Peak Student Development event. Peak works with business students at Le Moyne, helping to empower them through a goal setting and accountability curriculum. Claire is getting involved with THG to get a more holistic approach to higher education. Claire is hoping to experience and engage in otherwise uncommon experiences for a college student.
Aside from this internship, Claire spends her free time either playing soccer or trying to make people laugh at her dry humor. She is a huge Seinfeld enthusiast, and she also loves anything related to Guy Fieri. Claire traveled all over the U.S. to play club soccer in high school, including Las Vegas and Fort Worth, but every year, her favorite place to play was Orlando because of her fascination with Disney World.
Claire is from a small village in Northern New York where the culture promotes neighbors helping other neighbors in need. She believes that working as an intern for THG will open her eyes to poverty and homelessness in an urban setting compared to her experiences with that of a rural setting. She looks forward to meeting all of those involved with this organization and to creating lasting bonds with a wide spectrum of people.