2014 Interns

Bianca Coca's Fall 2014 Internship

It was a great experience interning at Wyoming Public Media. I learned a lot and was welcomed in with open arms. Everyone was very open to teaching me new things and very nice. I was given a lot of freedom to be as creative as I wanted, which was scary at times, but it allowed me to learn a lot about myself and my work. I hope I get the chance to come back and do it again.

View Bianca's final project here.

Cordelia Zars' Summer 2014 Internship

I interned for Wyoming Public Media during my time away from college, and I couldn’t have asked for a better experience.  After wandering in off the streets, I was immediately welcomed into the WPR family, given responsibilities, and trained to produce and report.  WPR is an amazing environment.  With the amount of thinking, learning, and creating that takes place on a daily basis, you can’t help but be swept up in the inspiration yourself.  I learned more than I could have imagined. Thank you Wyoming Public Media!

View Cordelia's final project here.

Esther Seville's Summer 2014 Internship

I am so blessed to have been able to intern at Wyoming Public Media this summer. I was welcomed by everyone right away and felt at home every day that I was there. I learned so much during my experience about producing and editing. Their hands-on, hands off approach to teaching was a perfect way to learn. This internship inspired me so much and helped me realize what I want to do in the future. My time spent at Wyoming Public Media was simply amazing and I could never thank them enough.

View Esther's final project here.

Adrian Shirk's Spring 2014 Internship

Being an intern at Wyoming Public Radio didn't feel like an auxiliary position, but one wherein I was invited to participate in a whole new side of journalism, gain new skills, and apply them to significant projects. The directors I worked under were both hands-on and hands-off -- patiently teaching me how to edit, produce, voice, mix, and write scripts while also bravely setting me loose to do those things on my own. I never felt like anyone was scrutinizing over my shoulder, but rather that I was being trained into and trusted as a future producer. I learned more than I ever thought possible in just a semester.

View Adrian's final project here.

Jordan Giese's Spring 2014 Internship

Through the internship I saw a wide variety of our state's citizens, and it reminded me of why I love Wyoming. The people here are unlike anything else, especially Senator Simpson

View Jordan's final project.

Jordan Giese is now a Wyoming Sounds DJ at Wyoming Public Media.