Hello, my name is Marissa and I am excited to be Indiana INTERNnet’s intern for the summer of 2018. I have just wrapped up my junior year at IUPUI, where I study journalism, public relations and advertising.
Prior to relocating to Indianapolis for college, I attended high school near my hometown of Losantville, Ind. Though Indy is a relatively small city, it is huge compared to Losantville, which has a population of less than 300 people! I definitely prefer city living and plan to move somewhere even larger later on in my career.
My previous positions have all been communications or event management related, taking place at locally-based organizations such as the Indiana State Museum, Girls Inc. of Greater Indianapolis, and Indiana Futsal. In addition to my new position here, I am also currently interning with HWC Engineering as part of the firm’s pilot program creating public relations plans for …
We can’t believe it either—your summer internship is coming to an end! Hopefully, you’ve gained the real-world experience you sought at the beginning of the summer. Perhaps you’ve networked with local professionals and even socialized with fellow interns. But, have you truly explored Indy? If you’re looking to learn a little more about the Circle City and the Hoosier state, here is your chance!
Join Indy Interns for our final summer event. We will meet at Mo’Joe Coffeehouse, walk a portion of the Indianapolis Cultural Trail: A Legacy of Gene & Marilyn Glick, and end with visiting the Indiana State Museum. Museum admission and lunch will be provided.
Who: Interns from Central Indiana
When: August 4, 2012 at 9:30 a.m. at Mo’Joe Coffeehouse (If you can’t make the trail, join us at the Museum at 10:30 a.m.) After touring the exhibitions interns will be asked a series of brief questions …