Internship (noun): the position of a student or trainee who works in an organization sometimes without pay, in order to gain work experience or satisfy requirements for a qualification. It was May 1990. I had just graduated from the University of Missouri with a degree in Magazine Journalism and a minor in English. What next?!
So, you’ve landed an internship. Congratulations – that’s no small feat. An internship is an excellent opportunity to try out a career field, build skills, and potentially become employed at a company full-time after graduation. But, after you celebrate, there’s just one issue: Now what? This summer, I have the awesome opportunity to join KMC and learn from those finding huge amounts of success in the
“Your current situation is giving you an opportunity to re-evaluate what you want.” The one thing I have spent a lot of time on during this pandemic “downtime” is reflecting on KMC. How did we get here? What is our purpose? What are our goals and dreams? What’s next for KMC? What do I want to be next for