FAYETTEVILLE — The internship program at Cape Fear Farm Credit is an important chapter in many college students lives as they gain hands-on experience, make connections and grow in their skillsets. The competitive internship program selects three college students to be a part of the Cape Fear team each summer. Interns are exposed to multiple departments, complete Association projects and conclude the experience with a final presentation to the Senior Leadership Team. Corey Singleton, Kendal Williams and Cuyler Gurkin have been selected as a 2018 Cape Fear Summer Intern.
Singleton is a recent graduate of University of North Carolina at Pembroke. He resides in Fayetteville and is a medical officer in the United States Army Reserves. Singleton is a member of Manna Church and loves doing community service projects.
Williams is a senior at North Carolina State University majoring in finance with a minor in agricultural business. She is from Fayetteville and is the daughter of Teri and Stuart Williams. She is a member of First Presbyterian church, Zeta Tau Alpha, and the Student Wolfpack Club.
Gurkin is a student at Appalachian State University majoring in finance, banking and risk management insurance. He resides in Coats with his parents, Beth and Sean Gurkin. Gurkin is a member of Coats United Methodist Church, an Eagle Scout and a member of the Triton High School FFA Alumni.
Cape Fear Farm Credit is an agricultural lending cooperative owned by its member-borrowers. The Association provides loans for land, equipment, livestock and production as well as rural home mortgages and rural living. Cape Fear Farm Credit has branch locations serving Bladen, Brunswick, Columbus, Cumberland, Duplin, Harnett, Hoke, New Hanover, Pender, Robeson, Sampson, and Scotland counties.