Meet the intern: Kellie Mitchell
[Kellie Mitchell—Personal photo]
What is your role at CHI as an intern?
I help proofread and am also learning about marketing through social media and blog writing.
Why did you want to join CHI for an internship?
My parents are subscribers, and I remember seeing CH magazines when I was growing up. I am interested in journalism as a career, and this is a wonderful opportunity to gain insight into what the magazine industry is like. Also, I appreciate historical research and am thoroughly enjoying the content.
What are you studying and where?
I am studying anthropology at Wheaton College.
What are your plans for the future?
My dream career would be to become a foreign correspondent. I love finding and telling stories that involve individuals, communities, and their contexts and shaping those stories to be compelling to a wider audience.
Any hobbies? What do you do in your spare time?
I enjoy watercoloring, swing dancing, volleyball, reading mystery novels, and long walks with friends.
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