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Intern Experiences

Howdy! My name is Ryan Moroney and I am a junior Agriculture Communications and Journalism major at Texas A&M University, and let me add in that I am the loudest proudest member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie class of 2014! A-A-A Whoop! Towards the end of last semester, I learned of a great opportunity to work as a Social Media intern for Texas A&M AgriLife Communications. Knowing how important social media is in today’s world I figured it would be a great opportunity to put something that I… Read More →

Intern Outlooks

Howdy! My name is Hannah Rogers and I am a senior Agricultural Communications and Journalism major at Texas A&M University. I am currently working on my third semester as an online content and social media assistant at Texas A&M AgriLife Communications under Amy Wells, online content social media coordinator. At the beginning of my internship in the spring of 2011, I was just looking for some extra course credit and something to spice up my resume, but honestly when I interviewed and was told that I was chosen… Read More →

Intern Impacts

Acquired skills provide knowledge for the workforce   By Meagan Ghormley, ’13 With one year left until graduation, my future was no clearer than it was when I enrolled at Texas A&M University. I still felt like a fish out of water. No real world experience to offer employers and didn’t know what my assets could offer. So with my head bogged down with negativism, I went internship hunting. I found internships everywhere- California, New York, and Washington D.C. However I wasn’t ready for the distance so I went… Read More →

Intern Insights

A day in the life of a student intern  By Avery Kelling, ’14 Howdy! My name is Avery Kelling and I am a junior Agriculture Communication and Journalism major at Texas A&M University.  This past summer, I had the privilege of working as a social media assistant intern for the AgriLife Center and it has been an incredible learning experience and has given me a great understanding of what goes into a job in social media. Going into this internship, I knew that I would be managing different… Read More →

Intern Impacts

Student intern promotes social media to the students of the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences  By Kristen Hudman, ’13 Hi, I’m Kristen and I’m a senior majoring in Ag. Communication and Journalism at Texas A&M University. This fall, I have the priviledge to intern with Amy Wells in the Texas A&M AgriLife Communications offices as the social media special projects assistant. My fascination and love for social media has driven me to pursue a career in this field. Social media can be used for all sorts of purposes ranging from personal to professional…. Read More →

Intern Perspectives

Student writer/ photographer intern learns new skills  By Cera Southerland, ’13 As a photographer, I’ve discovered the subjects that I enjoy to shoot and those that I don’t.  Through experience and trial and error, I’ve found my least favorite subject to photograph:  people.  However, as an intern and as a photographer I’m always ready to learn new skills. Two weeks ago, my boss Amy Wells, online content social media coordinator for Texas A&M AgriLife Communications, presented me with the opportunity to take pictures at the College of Agriculture… Read More →