DME Interns

Why You Should Join the DME Leadership Team

It’s not very often that, during an internship, an intern gets the chance to lead others. But with the Digital Media Engagement (DME) team, this is a standard practice. Leadership positions open up throughout the internship year, giving interns the opportunity to contribute to new projects and leave their mark in their department by participating …

Why You Should Join the DME Leadership Team Read More »

Why Write for Special Projects? An Analytical Perspective

As a writing intern who studies history, joining the Special Projects department was the perfect way for me to incorporate those two interests into my DME internship experience. In many ways, writing for Special Projects allowed me to exercise many of the same skills I depend on for analytical writing in my undergraduate history classes. …

Why Write for Special Projects? An Analytical Perspective Read More »

What it’s like as Human Resources Intern

Originally from San Francisco, California, Sydney DeVor is a junior at Cornell University pursuing a major in industrial relations with a minor in history. With aspirations to attend law school, Sydney comments that her decision to major in industrial relations is because of the major’s ability to allow students to explore various fields related to …

What it’s like as Human Resources Intern Read More »

External Affairs: Connecting the VA with Eva Rhules and Victor Diaz

When Victor Diaz started his internship with the Digital Media Engagement (DME) team, he had originally tried applying to become a department head (DH). But after the DH positions filled up, Dominique Ramirez reached out to him with an idea: becoming part of the executive leadership team (ELT) and starting a new department. “As DME …

External Affairs: Connecting the VA with Eva Rhules and Victor Diaz Read More »