The Next Ten Minutes

Moving home after a summer on your own is…eye opening. You start to notice the slow build up of unwashed dishes and the cluttered countertops. Mom and dad wearily shuffle home from work, wearing the same expressions as they answer the same mundane questions “How was work?” The older sibling who still lives at home never stays around for more than a … Continue reading

Summer at a Glance

Summer at a Glance

My interest in strategic communication and my faith background in Methodism made my internship with the United Methodist Church the perfect fit for my summer experience. Not only did I gain professional experience, but a broader understanding of where my spirituality is rooted and opportunities available for communicators within the church. Also, my special ties to these … Continue reading

Intern Profile Q&A

Intern Profile Q&A

Early this summer I received an email from Internship & Career Services asking for intern spotlights. I quickly volunteered to share my experience because it is meaningful to me and I hope to gain from it both professionally and spiritually. Here’s a little overview of my summer. 1.What internships have you completed or are currently … Continue reading

Client and Specialist

Client and Specialist

The start of the summer has flown by and I haven’t done the best job of keeping up with my blog! Well, today will be the day. It took an experience that made me want to crawl out of my skin for me to start my blog. Let’s catch you up a little bit on … Continue reading

Indy 500 Fever

Indy 500 Fever

This summer, I’m staying on campus with a program called Brain Gain. The Brain Gain program enables me to stay in campus housing for almost three months of the summer while working on an academic related internship. The goal is for students in the program to engage in the community and hopefully settle in Indianapolis … Continue reading

Grads Get BACC to the Start

Grads Get BACC to the Start

This past week I was privileged to attend Butler’s baccalaureate, a multi-faith service to celebrate future graduates. The Center for Faith and Vocation hosts the event every year the night before graduation for students to reflect on their college experience with their family members.  If you didn’t know what a baccalaureate was, don’t worry! I … Continue reading

Big Break 2012: a spiritual yummy

Big Break 2012: a spiritual yummy

Ever been on an alternative break or religious conference? Drop everything and go if you ever have the opportunity. Honestly, Spring Break in Panama City Beach with Cru was exactly what I needed. Before last week—I had no idea what my life was missing. I doubted my decision to go: I want to go home. … Continue reading