Meet The Interns

by Emma Aly

The Bucket Ministry welcomes two interns for the summer. They will be assisting in social media and graphic design and various other jobs. They will introduce themselves below.

Grace Dowling

Hey everyone. I was told that I should write a little bit about myself so that people get to know me. Writing about myself is one of the hardest things to do so bear with me.

A little bit about me is that I am from a very small town in Michigan called White Cloud. I graduated from high school in 2016 and went to community college for a few years. I transferred this past semester to Central Michigan University where I am pursuing a degree in photojournalism. The reason I am here is really a God thing because this is exactly what I want to do when I graduate. Which leads to the question: what am I doing at The Bucket Ministry? Well, my position is the graphic design intern which means I do anything graphics related like photography, art and video.

So far, I am loving everything about The Bucket Ministry and can’t wait to meet y’all. See what I did there? I said y’all… No? Ok, tough crowd. Well, I can’t wait to meet everyone!

Emma Aly

Hello everyone! My name is Emma. This summer, I will be the social media intern at The Bucket Ministry. Let me tell you a little bit about myself. I grew up right outside of Nashville, Tennessee. I am about to be a senior at Harding University in Searcy, Arkansas, and am studying public relations. I hope to eventually work in nonprofit, sports or music. I stumbled upon an internship opportunity with The Bucket Ministry and thought I would use it to take my first step into the nonprofit world. As the social media intern, I will be managing all social media accounts as well as the blog. One of the things that most drew me to this internship was the opportunity to tell stories. I hope this summer I am able to share many stories, both mine and others, through the various social media platforms. Stay tuned for some really good and uplifting messages. I can’t wait to share them with you. I hope that I can tell it well.