The Chamber Welcomes Summer Interns Scranton, PA— The Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce is pleased to welcome four summer interns to the team. Owen DiAngelo, a senior business administration major at The University of Scranton, is the economic development intern for The Chamber’s affiliate, Scranton-Lackawanna Industrial Building Company (SLIBCO). His duties include contributing to the economic development plan by supporting the director of facilities and asset management and the economic development team in updating their database of properties and associated databases. Noah Leety, a senior industrial labor and relations student at Cornell University, is one communications intern at The Chamber. His duties include creating the weekly member news eBlast, writing press releases, and assisting with The Chamber’s social media presence. Molly Morgan, a recent graduate in corporate communication with a minor in business administration from Penn State University, is the second communication intern at The Chamber. Her duties include creating the weekly Chamber news eBlast, writing press releases, and generating content for Momentum, The Chamber’s monthly magazine. Kiera Priest, a junior business student at Lackawanna College, is the entrepreneurial development intern for The Chamber’s affiliate, IGNITE. Her duties include engaging with IGNITE program clients, researching, assisting the IGNITE program manager with curating content, and promoting clients, the program, and the community. The Chamber participates in The University of Scranton Small Business Development Center’s Small Business Internship Initiative and is now accepting applications for the Fall. Interested students can view the job description at https://www.scrantonchamber.com/small-business-internship/ or email Stephanie Juarez-Ventura, communications manager at email@example.com. About The Greater Scranton Chamber of CommerceThe Greater Scranton Chamber of Commerce is a not-for-profit organization that works to improve the area’s economic environment and quality of life by offering programs and services which stimulate economic growth, promote business prosperity and nurture educational opportunities. For more information about the Chamber, visit www.scrantonchamber.com. About The Small Business Internship InitiativeThe Small Business Internship Initiative is a collaborative program created to help small businesses learn about, attract, and host high-value internships and connect area small businesses and college students. Internship opportunities are shared with Career Development partners at Clarks Summit University, Johnson College, Keystone College, Lackawanna College, Luzerne County Community College, Mansfield University, Marywood University, Misericordia University, Pennsylvania College of Technology, Penn State Scranton, The University of Scranton, and Wilkes University. The initiative is a collaborative program created to help small businesses learn about, attract, and host high-value internships and connect area small businesses and college students.