The Palisadian-Post has welcomed a new intern, Karina Eid, to assist with stories and newsroom tasks.
My name is Karina Eid and I am a sophomore at Brentwood School, where I write articles for the school newspaper, The Flyer. I have recently written about QAnon and COVID-19’s effects on small businesses. Being part of The Flyer team has been an amazing experience as I love to write and work alongside the other journalists.
I also enjoy creative writing and recently attended the Georgetown Creative Writing Academy, where I participated in workshops and listened to lectures held by various published authors. It was a terrific learning experience and expanded my interest in writing. I hope to pen a YA novel one day, in addition to pursuing my love of journalism.
I also have a passion for helping animals which led my friend and I to create a website selling handmade, pet-themed face masks this summer. As a result, we raised over $1,700 in support of Dawg Squad, an animal organization in Los Angeles. In light of our success, my friend and I started a service club at Brentwood called Paws for a Cause where we continue raising awareness and money for local animal organizations.
I am also an avid golfer and a member of the Brentwood Golf Team. On weekends, I compete in SCPGA Jr. tournaments throughout Southern California.
However, the most important thing to know about me is that I am incredibly excited to intern at the Palisadian-Post. I am grateful for the opportunity and can not wait to start my internship.
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