When There’s a Fork in Your Career Path, Take it!
Career Exploration / Internships

When There’s a Fork in Your Career Path, Take it!

By Zoe Spielvogel, BA in Journalism and Mass Communication, May 2017 For most of my life, I’ve known what career path I wanted to follow. To that end, this summer I had the opportunity to intern at PBS’ To The Contrary, an all-female news analysis show. I conducted interviews with female politicians, wrote show scripts … Continue reading

Expect the Unexpected: How an Internship at a Blood Bank Helped a Journalism Major
Internships

Expect the Unexpected: How an Internship at a Blood Bank Helped a Journalism Major

By Melvin “Chase” Smith, BA in Journalism & Mass Communication, GWU, 2017 This past summer I had the great pleasure of being the first intern in the bone marrow donor department at the Blood Assurance Headquarters, in downtown Chattanooga, Tennessee. When I was in high school I established a chapter of DoSomething.org at my school. One of our … Continue reading