Exploration Through Internships: Green Lake County Correctional Facility
Listen as Rachel Wedeward describes her paid internship experience through the Career Ready Internship Initiative. Rachel is interning at the Green Lake County Correctional Facility where she is coordinating a program which helps to keep inmates connected with their children through video recorded story telling. Take a moment to hear Rachel describe what she has learned, the goals she is working towards through the internship, and how she feels it will impact her future:
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After graduation Rachel is planning a career in library science.
If you are interested in learning more about internship opportunities or the Career Ready Internship Initiative please e-mail Alex Kurowski at [email protected]
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