Monday, April 30th, 2018
The application is open for students to take over Drake’s student-led Instagram account @OnPaintedStreet. A different student takes over this account each week, all year. The summer dates will be from May 21 through Aug. 27. The summer accounts typically show off the cool internships and other opportunities that Drake students experience. Last summer, a student contributor worked with the Solheim cup and another had an internship with the Broadway League in New York City.
Students have also used the summer slots to show off how cool Des Moines is with visits to the state fair, art festival, or the farmer’s market. The content is used in admission materials, and on the www.drake.edu homepage.
Interested students can fill out the application here: https://goo.gl/forms/FWtST4zG7P9a25dv1
How do you maximize your internship experience to further your career? Come hear from a panel of pros and students who’ll talk up networking, journaling, building your portfolio, professional demeanor and much more.
Making the Most of Your Summer Internship
Monday, April 30 at 6 p.m. in Mer. 101
Register for prizes
Welcome and kick off by Andy Fales of WHO-TV. What’s bugging Andy about internships? Come find out!
Jenna Gibson of the Korea Economic Institute of America will present a career talk for all students contemplating internationally related post-graduate opportunities. A graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, in international studies and journalism, Gibson went on to a Fulbright fellowship in South Korea and a master’s program at Georgetown University, before becoming the director of communications at the Korea Economic Institute. The talk will take place today, Monday, April 30, 12:30-1:30 p.m. in the Medbury Honors Lounge. Lunch will be served, through the financial support of the Principal Center for Global Citizenship.
Academic Achievement Seminars will be held every Wednesday, Feb. 28-May 2, 6-7 p.m. in Cowles Library, 201. Get individualized attention to help build the skills for academic success.
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