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on October 28, 2015 by Rebecca Dohrman

An Internship with Hussmann

by Kimberley Hill This summer, I did an internship at Hussmann Corporation – a business that manufactures and sells refrigerated display cases to grocery stores and supermarkets. Sounds exciting, right? Actually, this internship turned out to be a great experience – full of projects, meetings, and new people. I was involved in many different projects… Continue Reading

on May 1, 2014 by Rebecca Dohrman

Long Live the Intern (by Kelly Gould – Internship at St. Louis Blues)

Being an intern with the St. Louis Blues was just as is sounds, a BLAST. Sure there was busy work and a lot of it at times, but the perks of this internship were incredible. I am not a huge hockey fan, but after a year of working for the Blues, I now BLEED BLUE…. Continue Reading

on May 1, 2014 by Rebecca Dohrman

Lauralee Gilkey: Internship at Childrens’ Services Coalition

In the fall 2013 semester, I had the opportunity to work for Children’s Services Coalition (CSC). CSC is a comprehensive resource that provides a one-stop portal for gatekeepers and families in the St. Louis region that allows them to browse non-profit organizations that can provide needed services. The service areas provided by member organizations include:… Continue Reading

on May 1, 2014 by Rebecca Dohrman

Erin Edwards: Internship at LMI Aerospace

Do you know what you want to be when you grow up? When I started as a freshman at Maryville, I sure didn’t. As my graduation date quickly approaches (May 2014), I’m still not exactly sure what my calling is. But, because of the internships I’ve had, I have a MUCH better understanding of Corporate… Continue Reading

on November 8, 2013 by Rebecca Dohrman

Magnolia Internship

by Whitney Dutton I spent this semester working on staff as the public relations representative for the Magnolia magazine.  My responsibilities included organizing fundraisers at restaurants, advertising around campus, and editing the final pages of the magazine.  When the semester began I made it a goal to have the magazine more recognizable around campus.  One… Continue Reading

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