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Internship at The Washington Center provides career experience

photo: Lin Hsiu HuangMorehead State University senior art/design and mathematics double-major Lin-hsiu Huang, of Kaohsiung, Taiwan, understands a fundamental concept central to the mission of the Office of Career Services – that it is essential for students to gain professional experience in their field before graduation. 

As graduating students enter a competitive job market tied to the global economy, experience and diversified skills matter.

To that end, Lin has been both dedicated and successful, as evidenced by the range of opportunities she has taken advantage of as an Academic Honors Program student.

Lin is currently in Washington D.C., pursuing an internship through The Washington Center, one of MSU’s most established experiential education partners. In addition to securing a placement as a design-intern with The Future of Privacy Forum – a nonprofit concerned with the intersections of privacy and emerging technologies – she has recently been named a blogger for The Washington Center.

“Our team at Career Services is tremendously proud of Lin. When I began working with her last September, as she prepared her application to intern through The Washington Center, not only was I confident that she’d be accepted, I knew that she’d accomplish great things,” said Josh Taylor, career counselor and internship coordinator. “To see her flourishing as both a design-intern with The Future of Privacy Forum and as a blogger for TWC is a testament to her talent and drive. We’re looking forward to following her journey through her blog.”
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