Wheaton College students have landed some valuable and inspiring internships that have helped guide the decisions they make in the future, through networking with people at Wheaton, family members, or new contacts.
Brielle Lisa '18 spent her summer writing, editing, researching, and marketing as an editorial intern in the Communications Department at Samaritan’s Purse’s International Headquarters in Boone, NC.
With the help of Wheaton’s Center for Vocation and Career, computer science major Laura Jauch '16 prepared her resume and rehearsed interview questions that landed her an internship with Chick-Fil-A’s Information Technology department.
Thanks to his experience with Wheaton's journalism certificate, working for The Wheaton Record, and landing an internship at the Chicago Tribune, Kirkland An '17 learned a few lessons in journalism.
Elise Topazian ’17 gained a larger perspective on the possibilities for the future through her internship.
From the interview to the day to day tasks, interning for a professional sports team proved to be a completely new and different experience for Lyndsey Pritchard ’16.
Leading worship, learning about the production side of creative ministry, daily office work, and bonding with coworkers kept Charlotte Hallstrom '16 pretty busy during her summer internship.
After her sophomore year, Anna Morris '16 interned at PWI, a marketing company and social search engine run by 20-somethings made to search for nonprofits by cause and by location.
Adding to an already busy senior year at Wheaton, Alyssa Paulsen ’14 added a commute from Wheaton to Chicago for an internship with Fox News Chicago.
A Wheaton College student describes the journey to an internship with the FBI and what it meant for the kingdom of God.