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Winding Down: Reflecting On My Library Internship

Looking Forward This internship, like taking courses, is a method of collecting tools and resources to better equip oneself for meeting the projects and tasks we may anticipate in our future both short term and long term. While many people have opportunity to swing a hammer for one reason or another, not everyone has opportunity… Read the full article…


Steering the Boat for the First Time

Editor’s note: in this piece, Alex reflects on his experience on Peak2Peak, one of the many Immersion Experiences the iSchool offers. Applications for the spring 2019 trips – EntreTech NYC, Spring Break in Silicon Valley, and TechTrek Chicago – are open now! Before getting started about the highlight of my Peak to Peak (P2P) experience, let me tell you about my… Read the full article…


Finding Syracuse University Alumni in the Pacific Northwest

Editor’s note: in this piece, Emily reflects on her experience on Peak2Peak, one of the many Immersion Experiences the iSchool offers. Applications for the spring 2019 trips – EntreTech NYC, Spring Break in Silicon Valley, and TechTrek Chicago – are open now! When milling around Amazon’s new in house rain forest, the last thing I expected to hear was, “Do you… Read the full article…


How to Prepare for the Career Fair

The iSchool Career Fair is this Wednesday, from 10 am – 2 pm in the Dome! Are you ready? If you’re still trying to figure out how to land that internship or job with your dream employer, follow the advice of Christopher Perrello, the iSchool’s Director of Career Services. I asked him to help answer… Read the full article…


Working with the FBI: A Bittersweet Reflection

The study of organizational management plays a large role in my major. At my internship, I was in awe of the diversity and leadership that executive management displayed. The Federal Bureau Investigation’s (FBI) common mission is to “protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States”. This is emphasized throughout each intern… Read the full article…




The Zig and Zag to Finding My Passion

I was at the office at 6:55 a.m. sharp. I skipped my usual morning pick-me-up of a breakfast burrito made out of cheese and potatoes and marched into an empty conference room, opened my laptop, connected the HDMI cable and looked up “Ted Talks public speaking tips.” My intense focus was disrupted by my phone… Read the full article…


Reflecting on the Federal Reserve and Looking Forward to the Future

My internship reinforced the values of the organization I want to work with. The Federal Reserve’s values are: public interest, integrity, excellence, efficiency and effectiveness, and independence of views. Their mission is, “…to foster the stability, integrity, and efficiency of the nation’s monetary, financial, and payment systems so as to promote optimal macroeconomic performance” (source:… Read the full article…