The summer is quickly coming to an end. It’s so hard to believe that I’ve been a part of the Carolina Farm Credit family for almost two and a half months. My last week here at Carolina Farm Credit will definitely be bitter sweet. I will miss working with my fellow interns, seeing all of the wonderful people here, and spending time in both the Hendersonville and Spindale Branch. Also I have learned so much about credit, gained a great experience, and had the opportunity to work for this company. Overall, this has been an opportunity that I am extremely grateful for.
Over the last week, however, I have been through several trials that I have had to overcome. My younger brother had to have emergency surgery and all in the same day, while I was on my way to the hospital, I was in a car accident and totaled my car. It’s not been pleasant, but I know that God won’t allow me to deal with more than I can handle. By today, the end to this stressful week, prayer has been my only hope for things to work out. My brother’s surgery went well, I’ve found a car that I can afford, and Carolina Farm Credit has been more than gracious to assist me with things going on at work. Miracles do happen on a daily basis.
This last week the interns have had a lot of time to work on our final presentation for next Friday. Thank you to my family and friends here at Carolina Farm Credit who have supported me this summer and helped me out in every way possible. I truly am grateful to have had this opportunity with such a wonderful company. As I move back to Raleigh within the next couple weeks and finish my last year at NC State, I hope that I will again be able to work here at Carolina Farm Credit and become part of this family permanently.
Interns - Alex Stott, Kyle Williamson, Trey Waugh and Keshawn McDaniels