Internships and professional development have become part of the culture within the School of Communication and Tom Lamonica is one of the many individuals to thank for that.
Christian Arceo grew up in Berwyn with his mom and three younger siblings. He came to Illinois State University to study criminal justice sciences and political science. He was interested in finding an internship in Washington, D.C. as a student, to see if it was a place he’d like to work in the future.
Milner Library provides financial support to offset the cost of housing for a qualified student who is interested in a summer internship with the Library of Congress, National Archives and Records Administration, Smithsonian Institution, or archives and libraries in individual government agencies.
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Cassidy Creighton’s Washington D.C. Internship at the Library of Congress was a truly life-changing experience.
Milner Library is sponsoring a scholarship program to encourage professional practice opportunities for high-achieving students who wish to complete their internship in Washington, D.C.
This past summer, Criminal Justice Sciences students had the time of their life as interns in our nation’s capital.
Following in the footsteps of Applied Community and Economic Development Fellow in political science Nay Petrucelli, Ryan Hebert is working with Housing Action Illinois, a statewide housing coalition, to help protect and expand the availability of quality, affordable housing.
The transition from AmeriCorps to the Stevenson Center’s ACED Fellows Program to a job proved seamless for Ramya Kumaran. With a master’s degree in political science, Ramya now has a full-time position with her internship host organization.
AmeriCorps alum and Applied Community and Economic Development (ACED) Fellow Jordan Backstrom is helping individuals in Missoula, Montana, to strengthen community prosperity.