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Capital City Internship Program (CCIP) - Student Spotlight
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Student Intern Spotlight
Fall 2012 - Lambert, Edwards, & Associates: Public Relations Firm
"Getting to work on the campaign for casinos was really interesting. Seeing the behind the scenes action was definitely eye-opening. Working at the PR Office, the client projects gave me experience in research and compilation of target audiences."
Spring 2013 - Governor's Office: Constituent Relations
Major: Political Science and English
"My most beneficial experience through CCIP has been the connections I have made, both through and outside of my internship. I had a chance to meet Vice President Kathy Wilbur, who actually put in a recommendation for me in the Governor's office for the internship.I also met Emmy Pontz, who works for Senator Darwin Booher and is Chair of the Young Professional Republicans in Lansing. I have spoken with her more and plan to join the group upon graduation."
Megan's Internship led to:
Constituent Relations Coordinator
Republican House of Representatives
Spring 2013 - Senator Judy Emmons: Clinton, Ionia, Isabella and Montcalm Counties
Major: Political Science (Public Administration)
Journalism (Public Relations)
Why did you join CCIP?
"I joined CCIP because I was looking for experiences to enhance my resume. Also, I knew I wanted to work for the government but I wasn’t sure what in government I wanted to do."
Breanna's Internship led to:
Senator Judy Emmons
Spring 2013 - Senate Democratic Central Policy Staff
Major: Political Science
Advice to future interns:
"Be open and willing to take on any project someone gives you. If your direct supervisor does not have any projects for you, then seek out other work from different staffers. Being proactive is always a good thing."
Chloe's Internship led to:
Senator Debbie Stabenow
Spring 2013 - Department of Human Services: Web Specialist
Major: Finance (Information Systems)
Why did you join CCIP?
"I chose to join CCIP because I knew it would be beneficial and supplemental to my overall professional and college success."
Spring 2013 - Department of Natural Resources: Quality of Life Division
Major: Integrative Public Relations
Josh's Internship led to:
Support students (6-18) and teachers with creative/expository writing skills
Ann Arbor, MI
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Mt. Pleasant, MI
Summer 2013 - Department of Human Services: Juvenile Justice and Child Welfare
Department of State: Office of Technology and Special Projects
Majors: Political Science and Social Work (Psychology minor)
How will your internship help you in a future internship or job?
"Both positions have allowed me to see into the world of the state-level public sector first-hand. As a result, I feel much better prepared to work in a professional public sector setting after graduation. In addition, my temporary position with the MDOS led me to a long-term student assistant position working for the same office where I use my newly acquired skills on a daily basis."
Stacey's Internship led to:
Long-term Paid Student Assistantship
Department of State