INTRODUCING ISC INTERNS
Interns are very important to keeping things running smoothly at the ISC. The ISC thanks all of our interns through the years who have brought their skills and enthusiasm to helping acheive the ISC's mission.
SUMMER 2016 INTERNS
Conference & Events Intern. Matt Ackerman is a junior at Lafayette College in Easton, PA. He is double majoring in English and Policy Studies, and is excited to be working in the ISCís Conference and Events Department for his second summer. This season, Matt is especially looking forward to developing his skills in PR, marketing, and all the coordination required in the department. He thanks the ISC for welcoming him back again!
Membership Intern. Alice Bell-Black is an incoming sophomore student at The College of New Jersey majoring in Business Marketing. She has worked with YMCA as a Counselor for teen-agers, supervising their activities. She also was an Umpire for the Moorestown Youth Softball Association. She hopes that her internship with ISC will help her gain additional insight on business settings and marketing techniques.
Membership Intern. Hope Carter graduated from Ithaca College in December 2014 with a Major in Art & a Minor in Art History. She is a Board member for the Trenton Museum Society and does volunteer work for Homefront & McCarter Theater. Through her Membership internship, she hopes to gain experience and pursue her dream in working for a museum. She plans to pursue graduate school either in Marketing or Museum Studies.
Advertising & Arts Administration Intern. Molly Gorelick is from Yardley, Pennsylvania and an incoming sophomore at Dickinson College where she is an English major and a Creative Writing minor. She is doing both the Advertising and Arts Administration internships and hopes to gain a greater knowledge of the publishing world from an administration standpoint while at ISC and Sculpture Magazine. A fun fact about Molly is that she has a radio show at Dickinson called "Girl Time" where she only plays female artists and female fronted bands.
Portfolio Intern. Megan Kao attended Mercer Community College with a major in Engineering Sciences. She plans to transfer to Rutgers University to pursue her degree. Through her internship she hopes to further her experience in digital media arts. Megan has also been a choreographer at Triple 8 Dance Company at Princeton University and Element one Breakdancing Club at University of Michigan.
Membership Intern. Sarah Spencer is a rising senior at Juniata College and this is her second summer working with the International Sculpture Center. She hopes her internship will allow her to enhance her knowledge on non-profit organizations and to open the door to possible opportunities in the future.
Conference & Events Intern. Joseph Worthington is a rising senior at The College of New Jersey with an educational background in History, Politics, and US Cultural Studies. He has worked recently at the Foundling Museum in London, England as a Front of House Intern. He is an Assistant Scout Master of a Boy Scout Troop and an active leader of his collegiate debate team, where he served as both Chair and Publicist on the executive board. He has represented TCNJ at the World University Debate Championships as a competitor and ambassador.
Rose M. Andolina