When I first came into college, like many, I wasn’t exactly sure what I wanted to do with my life. After a change of major and some serious thinking, I was able to refocus myself in the general direction of what I wanted to do, and I built my studies (major, minor, and certificate) around that direction. But, because my studies seem somewhat scattered at first glance, I knew I was going to have to show exactly how I wanted them to be applied for my career. As such, I have held internships, both part time and full time, ever since my sophomore year of college – and it has not only provided me with excellent work experience, but it has also helped me come to a better understanding of the type of work and the type of workplace that I desire to be a part of. By pairing a depth of internships with school, I have been able to sharpen my focus to more intentionally and strategically think about both my class selections and my career direction.
I have experiences at Mailchimp (Original Content Marketing Intern – Brand), Southwest Airlines (Marketing Department Operations and Planning Intern), Boston Consulting Group (Operational Innovations and Employee Experience Intern), and CDC Foundation (Creative Project Management and Communications Intern).