Monthly Archives: July 2012

Akinribade ’15 Learns Details of Indy Film Festival

AJ Akinribade ’15 – “Welcome  to LaLa Land!” My internship with the Indy Film Festival has been nothing short of that and I am beyond grateful to have had the opportunity to experience the festival from the ground up. I … Continue reading

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Combs’ 15 Summer in Jail Eye-Opening Experience

Bailey Combs ’15 – I would like to start of this post by thanking the Lilly Endowment and especially the Wabash Alumni for providing the funding for this internship. By doing so, they have proven themselves to be far superior … Continue reading

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Goddard ’15 Worked in Employment Field

Seton Goddard ’15 – For the last nine weeks, I’ve had the opportunity to work as intern at DirectEmployers Association on the northwest side of Indianapolis. DirectEmployers Association offers an offshoot of the first online job boards, which eventually led … Continue reading

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Lewis ’13 Spent Summer in Indy Arts Community

Wyatt Lewis ’13 – So, this summer I was lucky enough to secure an internship through Wabash College with the Indy Film Fest, and I think it’s been the best work experience I’ve ever had. But let me tell you: … Continue reading

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Schabel ’15 Picks up Real Networking Skills

Sam Schabel ’15 – Arriving on my first day at Foresight Financial Management, Bryon Foley ‘96 presented the agenda he planned for my eight-week internship. Bryon, on his 17th year as a financial advisor, told me, “If nothing else, you … Continue reading

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Wren ’14 Spends Summer Learning Community Health

Luke Wren ’14 – My internship has been a tremendous opportunity to better understand the problems and perceptions of local “townie” residents in Montgomery County. My job has been to assist the epidemiologist in charge of the Crawfordsville hospital’s county … Continue reading

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Egler ’15 Touching all Bases for Bombers

Corey Egler ’15 – Since the last week of May, I have been spending the majority of my summer at historic League Stadium in Huntingburg, IN. I am an intern for a Summer Collegiate Baseball team known as the Dubois … Continue reading

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