UMF student interns recognized at ceremony


Over the past three years, the Partnership’s internship program has grown 300 percent and will continue to grow this coming year with over 100 community partners looking to participate. 

From left, are: Bangor Savings Bank Executive Vice President and Chief Strategic Officer Yellow Light Breen; Penny Meservier representing the Chamber of Commerce; Taylor McCafferty, 2014’s marketing and special projects intern; Taylor’s academic advisor Linda Britt, chair of humanities and professor of Spanish at UMF, and Kathryn Foster, UMF’s president.