Jasmine Franklin

sfstl-adminStudent Stories

Class of 2017
Bachelor of Science, Biological Sciences
Stephens College

It’s always a pleasure having a summer intern, and we are grateful to Equifax and to The Scholarship Foundation for making this opportunity possible. Jasmine supported our organization’s staff in researching topics for upcoming funder meetings, and compiling important funder information to illuminate giving trends and opportunities for collaboration in the philanthropic sector.

—Danielle Wallis, former Program and Information Manager at
Gateway Center for Giving

During summer 2014, Jasmine participated in the Scholarship Foundation’s paid Community Internship Program, a collaborative partnership between the Foundation, Equifax and community agencies.

Jasmine is a sophomore majoring in biological sciences at Stephens College and interned at Gateway Center for Giving. Her work involved communicating with prospective grant makers, data entry, and posting on the Center’s blog. She also researched racial diversity in philanthropy, interviewing individual donors and philanthropic organizations to better understand relationships between diversity and giving trends.