Internship

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September 4, 2015

Getting Comfortable with Being Uncomfortable

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By Matt Ackerman ’18 Writer. Editor. Videographer. Advertiser. Marketing specialist. Researcher. Movie producer. I never would have thought that a summer internship in the Conference and Events Department at NJ’s International Sculpture Center would give me so many titles to have tasted. And the icing on the cake – I knew not a thing about […]

August 19, 2015

Exploring Madagascar

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Hello everyone, I would like to share with you about my summer, which by the way is already ending since I am now back on campus. Right after my semester abroad in Dakar, Senegal, I went back home, to Madagascar, to intern at UNICEF Madagascar but also to spend time with my family. I had two weeks of […]

July 26, 2015

My Hectic But Exciting Experience in the World of Event Planning

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By Jolly Shi ’16 May 31st, 2015. It was the day I left home in NYC and set off on a Greyhound bus to Saratoga Springs to experience my 10-week event/wedding planning internship with Christine Wheat Special Events Firm. I had some ideas in my head about what to expect, but experiencing the events industry […]

February 20, 2015

Culture d’Enfance (Internship) and Toubab Dialaw

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Asalam Alekuem everyone! I started my internship two weeks ago and it has been a blessing to work for a non-profit organization called Culture d’Enfance. It was started by a few great women and men who felt the need for the children of Senegal to have access to hobbies and cultural experiences. The main purpose […]

June 25, 2014

More Exploration and a Birthday in NYC!

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Fourth week is under way! I am having a blast both at AppNexus and in New York City. On the job we have had at least one social a week, and I have also made a point to explore at least one new spot a week in New York City. Last weekend, not only did […]

June 12, 2014

Start of an Awesome Internship and Great Summer in NYC!

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Hello again! I am excited to be back on Voices for Lafayette College. I will be posting once a week about the sights, sounds, and experiences of New York City. This summer I am working for AppNexus as a Global Services Intern. I arrived a little over a week ago, and with all the activity […]

March 29, 2014

I Survived Recital Week!

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Hi Readers! Wow, it’s been a while! Sorry for the delay! Most students here are the busiest during finals week. For me, while a finals week definitely brings its own level of anxiety, the craziest time of my year is recital week, and the weeks leading up to it. As co-president of the Lafayette Dance […]

August 22, 2011

Advice Straight from the Professionals

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The MTV Intern program has these wonderful bi-monthly meetings where you get to meet with different professionals. I learned so much from the people I met and I just wanted to compile it all and share it. These are all things that either intrigued me or that I never knew before. First is some advice from […]

August 16, 2011

Wrapping Up With Giuliani

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Last week was my final week at work, and it was also the most eventful.  On Wednesday, I was heading to my friend Abbey’s place in Queens when I got a text from my boss asking me to call her.  I was pretty nervous, because she almost never texted me when I had the day […]

August 14, 2011

Hello, Goodbye.

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So like a whirlwind my summer in Washington DC materialized and then disappeared in a flash. Like everything else in this fast-paced year filled with adventure and new experiences, I’m slightly disoriented as I try to grapple for some form of a routine. Trite but true, I feel as though I just moved to Washington […]