Luke Fawcett, from Glen Allen, Virginia, had an internship with
the Shade and Fresh Water project in Brazil and was also part of Project Transformation,
a non-profit camp that provides summer enrichment activities for at-risk children.
The camp is located just outside of Charlottesville, Virginia. Fawcett attends Wesley
Seminary, part of the American University, in Washington, D.C., and plans a career
in religious journalism.
Amy (Fears) Crisp, from Midlothian, Virginia, is a Phi Beta Kappa
graduate who held internships at Kenwood United Methodist Church and at Hanover
Safe Place, both located in Hanover, Virginia. In June 2010, she graduated from
Wesley Seminary, which is part of American University in Washington, DC. She is
currently the director of Christian Education at Trinity United Methodist Church
in McLean, Virginia.
Jennifer Fletcher, from Hartwood, Virginia, held an internship
with the Shade and Fresh Water project in Brazil and at The United Methodist Publishing
House in Nashville, Tennessee (Youth Curriculum Resources). Fletcher attends Duke
Divinity School (part of Duke University) in Durham, North Carolina and plans to
become an ordained minister.
Matthew Grice, from Hebron, Maryland, participated in an internship
with the Shade and Fresh Water Project in Brazil. He also held an internship at
Richmond Urban Ministries in Richmond, Virginia, where he completed a major research
paper on issues related to the at-risk community in Richmond. Grice is attending
both Wesley Seminary, part of American University, in Washington, D.C., and American
University, pursuing degrees in theology and urban studies.
Anita Laffoon, from Matoaca, Virginia, held an internship at Cornerstone
Christian Church during a time when it was in great transition. Laffoon co-directed
the church’s vacation bible school program and chaperoned a week-long retreat. She
attends Baptist Theological School in Richmond, Virginia and plans a career in Christian
John Robertson, from Petersburg, Virginia, is a Phi Beta Kappa
graduate whose interest in archaeology and biblical languages led him to work at
the Virginia Conference Archives, United Methodist Center, in Richmond. He attends
Vanderbilt Divinity School, which is part of Vanderbilt University in Nashville,
Tennessee. After graduation, he plans to begin doctoral work in biblical languages.