It’s getting to be that time of year where it stays light out past 5:00 PM, and as a Midwesterner that’s close enough to summer for me to start reminiscing about summers passed. Sure there are bonfires, road trips, and maybe a trip or two to the beach, but summer is also a great time for professional development. At my internship last summer, I got the best of both worlds working as a media coordinator for an overnight summer camp. It’s not the traditional marketing internshi
This past summer I did an internship with the Gateway Grizzlies, an independent baseball team in Sauget, IL. I found the internship online through TeamWork which is a website that posts internship and job opportunities within the sports industry. I spent the summer as their Corporate Marketing Intern. The team was small due to the size of the organization, but everyone had a teamwork mentality. Although the hours were long and the schedule was unconventional, I was grateful f
Steve Carell graduated college with a degree in history. “Weird Al” Yankovic has his bachelor’s degree in in Architecture. Martha Stewart graduated with a degree in European and architectural history, far from a culinary degree. While these are extreme cases, after graduation there is no requirement to become a historian or architect. You can be whatever you want! If that means searching opportunities as an actor, musician, or a culinary wizard, then so be it. A degree is a t
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