This summer I participated in an summer internship for the 600 ESPN Radio Show in El Paso Texas.
There will be several posts that document my experience throughout my internship as well a a reflection with the STRIVE center at St. Mary’s University and my updated resume
Table of Contents
Post 1. PR #1
Post 2. PR #2
Post 3. PR #3
Post 4. STRIVE Reflection and Resume
I began the internship last Tuesday and have now been there for a week. Having only been there a week, I have learned a lot about radio and how to produce a show. What I have done during this time is set up the show and how it will sound on the radio and I controlled the board that controls the show. I have also spoken on the show when the radio asked me a question and I was able to answer in on air. Learning so much in so little time makes me more excited for the rest of my internship and what I can do. Learning how to produce a show will help me in my future career because I must learn how the show works before I could ever be on the air. In the upcoming weeks of my internship I hope to learn more and be able to solely produce the show.
I believe that I have always know what I wanted to do with my life and how I plan to find work and internships. However, doing this Jobzology and looking at Rattler Careers, I believe I can focus more on what I want to do and how I can find the job to do it. Taking the assessments and choosing what I like and what I don’t like to do was pretty interesting because it showed me what I actually value in a workplace. My final results for my assessments actually were surprising to me. The results showed that I would most likely want to work in radio or television, which I what I am actually majoring in. What I learned from Tatiana is what the STRIVE center can do for me and my future career by showing me how I can use Rattler Careers to its fullest potential. She showed me how I can find future jobs and possible internships if I ever want or need to find one. She also showed me that available jobs and internships are not just limited to Texas, but throughout the country as well. I am thankful for Tatiana and what she has shown me and I plan on visiting the STRIVE center in the future to help prepare me for jobs and to help improve my resume. This whole process was very helpful ad I am looking forward to the rest f my college years and to my future career as well with the help of St. Mary’s and the STRIVE center.