"I just knew that I loved to write and wanted to keep practicing and pushing myself as a writer. ... I am pursuing a specialization in the Study and Practice of Writing (SPOW). ... The classes I’ve taken for SPOW are some of the best English classes I’ve taken, and they have definitely given me the most marketable skills."
"The major highlight [of the internship] for me came from working with Amherst Media to launch their community-centric website, The Collective. … They let me contribute film reviews and episodes of my podcast, The Pick-Ups. Together, we craft and curate content for a growing audience that encourages writers, filmmakers, and other artists to engage with their community while promoting their work."
"I was sipping tea in a coffee shop in New York City with a cabin bag by my side and no place to stay the night when my phone beeped, notifying me of an email from Penguin Random House. I had received the opportunity to intern in the marketing department at the Knopf Doubleday imprint."
"In the fall of 2010 I was lucky enough to serve as Linda Aronson’s intern, working with her on a project which strives to change the way we look at education. I spent a lot of time looking into alternative educational teaching techniques and curriculums, editing Linda Aronson’s manuscript … and thinking about my own education."
"There’s so much that I had the opportunity to experience this summer [as an intern] – the groggy-eyed morning commute into the city, the rhythm of working in an office, the opportunity to meet people … I’m more satisfied with the experience as a whole than I am with any particular insight or skill I gleaned."