Maybe I’m biased, since I’m one of the summer interns, but they have done an amazing job this summer. Don’t you agree?
If you haven’t seen them around yet, you have definitely been missing out. Let me say a quick word and introduce each of them (in no particular order):
Hailey Cheng: She runs much of our admin work for @Stream during the school year, and this summer she has spent a lot of time meeting with mentors, families, organizing community events, visiting the lovely residents at Kin Village and helping out with house church. She is one of the most reliable people around — not to mention she is cute and friendly!
Christian Chan: We blame everything that goes wrong on him. Maybe because he does his job too well, and the rest of us interns need to make ourselves feel better. Or maybe it’s just me. In any case, he’s been such a strong support in our @Home ministries, always ready to lend a hand in any way — whether that be hammering a nail into a wall or taking the bus with someone. He’s been amazing at caring for people that have not been around Flow ministries. Maybe we’ll be able to steal him again next summer! (Then I’ll have someone to blame again.)
Grace Huang: Our hilariously over-the-top intern, she’s the one who helps out our resident musician Simon Ng in the @Play ministries. She organized various Espressions and Currents events, as well as works with songwriters during get-togethers. During this summer, she also helped organize new initiatives that we hope will take place soon! Aside from her perseverance, she is also outrageously adorable.
Emily Chan: She was employed last summer, but gracious enough to continue volunteering — even through the year until the end of this summer! That is one long summer internship. She is caring and loving as she is serving people — cooking them dinner, buy them groceries — as well as dependable and inspiring as she leads worship week after week with her beautiful voice.
And me (Victoria Huang), of course. But there’s no rush to introduce me since you’ll be seeing more of me — especially on this website. (It’s no mystery what I was employed for.)
We won’t be seeing these interns very much anymore, at least not until the next summer. If you see them around, be sure to say hi and to thank them for all the amazing work they’ve done!