Monday, August 29, 2016

Welcome Home NM'16!

Yesterday, we welcomed home NM '16 to Alpha Chi Omega @ Florida State University!!!!! Congrats Savannah Schaler, VP Recruitment, Mckayla Michaud, VP CRIC and the ladies of AXΩ on an amazing week. 281 strong!! 
New Member class 2016!

Sunday, August 14, 2016

Alpha Chi Omega Cardinal Health Interns- Summer 2016!

Alex Dering, Marina Cole and Jackie Binder all interned at Cardinal Health this summer. Cardinal Health is #21 out of the top #500 Fortune companies that produces and distributes pharmaceutical and medical products. 
Alex Dering (left), Marina Cole (center) and Jackie Binder (right).
Alex is a Beta Eta and Jackie and Marina are Alpha Omicron initiates!

Thursday, August 11, 2016

Serena Cecere- Press Intern in the Capitol Building

Serena Cecere spent the summer working as a Press Intern for CFO Jeff Atwater's Press Office, which means she had the opportunity to work in the Capitol Building in Tallahassee! 

"The internship program offers students the opportunity to gain valuable hands-on experience while honing essential communication skills. The selected intern will draft and edit press releases, design and execute graphics to be used on the Department’s various social media platforms, and will have a seat at the table when events are planned, media calls are discussed, and messaging strategies are formulated. The candidate must be proficient in all Microsoft Office programs, including: Word, Excel, Outlook, etc. The candidate must also maintain a superior understanding of current AP style guidelines. Experience with online graphics software is essential. It was a really great experience!"

 

Megan Pettingill- Priority Home Inspections Intern

Megan Pettingill interned at Priority Home Inspections this summer! 
"We inspect houses for insurance purposes and my specific job is to do the write up for each house by putting information into an excel sheet. This excel sheet is then developed into an easy-to-read document that is given to both the home buyer and the insurance company. It was a great opportunity and learning experience!"

Tuesday, August 9, 2016

Mackenzie Murray- Intern at Straight Up Films

Mackenzie Murray spent the summer interning at Straight Up Films, a film and television production company based in Los Angeles, California.
"I interned at Straight up Films from the beginning of June until the end of July, and I absolutely loved it! I was responsible for doing script coverage and creating writers' lists for their projects that are in development, as well as assisting the producers with whatever they need. It was cool to see everything that goes in to the development of a film and since it was a small company, I was able to offer my opinion and play a role in the process. It has been such a great opportunity to really learn the business and make life long connections.
"I also had the opportunity to assist a producer for the Lionsgate film 'Public Disturbance' that was in production. It was awesome getting to help out on a real set and watch the movie being filmed. When I wasn't working, I had plenty of time to travel around and see different cities in California, including San Diego, Laguna Beach, and Yosemite National Park. It was a great summer, and I look forward to moving back to California when I graduate!"

Saturday, August 6, 2016

Caroline Imiolek- Camp Counselor at Dream Oaks Camp

Caroline Imiolek worked as a camp counselor at Dream Oaks Camp, a residential summer camp for children with special needs. It also offers weekend camps throughout the year!
"People who say that Disney World is the happiest place on earth, haven’t been to Dream Oaks Camp. At camp we praise, encourage, compliment, commend the camper’s ABILITIES, without condemning their “disabilities”. Camp runs for 6 weeks, with a different set of campers every week. Campers participate in activities such as canoeing, horseback riding, swimming, arts and crafts, sports and games, and we even have an extravagant dance every Thursday. 
"I’m one of the older returning counselors at Dream Oaks, so each week I get one of the most challenging campers at camp - but I love it! The abilities range from severe autism, to ADHD, to OCD, Down Syndrome, Cerebral Palsy, and so much more - no camper ever gets turned down. Our goal is to make the camper’s week at Dream Oaks, their favorite week of the summer."