Grand Valley students are doing amazing things through professional experiences outside the classroom. This site gives viewers an inside look at these experiences. See some spotlighted experiences below, or click on View Experiences above to find more!
Major: International Relations As an Executive Operational Assistant or administrative intern, I helped with any tasks that the administrative staff needed help completing. I answered phones, researched other organizations, completed various projects, and supervised the Volunteer Center.
Major: Sports Leadership As a Game Night Intern, most of my tasks involved box office duties. These tasks included ticket sales, will call, and customer service duties. Also, during select games I worked in guest services. In guest services I was able to give great customer service and help with any issues that may happen. Throughout my internship I was able to help distribute promotional items, assist with season ticket holder benefits, and assist with payments during jersey auctions.
Major: International Relations " Update the Duty Books, which are given to provide guidance for Duty Officers handling difficult emergencies including deaths, violent and nonviolent crimes, theft and robberies, and Americans stranded at the airport. " Send out updated lists of Americans residing in each zone throughout the region to the corresponding wardens. " Organize and compile a manifest of all Juba Evacuation cases. " Complete and clear pending Juba Evacuation cases. " Send out letters to wardens informing them of a new aspect of their service " Compile a list of pending diplomatic passports and follow-up with the list after we receive a new batch of diplomatic passports through the mail. " Respond to emails in the inbox NairobiTownHall@state.gov and compile a comprehensive list of Americans citizens attending the May 29th Town Hall meeting at the CMR. " Email letters to new registrants informing them of what zone they reside in and who their warden is and remove the two months of backlog. " Create the latest version of the ACS Newsletter to include remarks from the Town Hall and inform Americans about emergency preparedness. " Updated spreadsheet with handwritten information for the DNA unit and remove six months of backlog.