Meghan Kent's Summer 2015 Internship
It was a great summer with Wyoming Public Media- getting a glimpse behind the curtain was a valuable experience in itself, not to mention the opportunity to get involved in different aspects of broadcast. There were many skills I learned this summer that will not soon be forgotten. Thank you all!
Kaitlynne Heyer's Summer 2015 Internship
I had a wonderful experience interning at Wyoming Public Media. I learned a lot and everyone at the station was very supportive. I was given a lot of creative opportunities and really enjoyed my work. The skills that I learned will be helpful to me when I enter the workforce. Thank you to everyone at Wyoming Public Media for this experience!
Kaitlyn Roadifer's Summer 2015 Internship
Kaitlyn Roadifer is currently an MBA candidate at the University of Wyoming and is looking to graduate in December 2015. Kaitlyn works at the University of Wyoming Research Products Center where she markets university technologies to interested companies. Her business and marketing background helped her during the 2015 WPM Summer Project coordinated through the MBA program where she and her project partner, Nathan Ridgway, distributed a Wyoming public survey and interviewed potential business donors.
Nathan Ridgway's Summer 2015 Internship
Nathan Ridgway is a JD/MBA graduate student at the University of Wyoming, hoping to graduate in May 2017. Nathan and his MBA Summer Project partner, Kaitlyn Roadifer, worked together on distributing and analyzing a statewide listenership survey on behalf of Wyoming Public Media (WPM). The team also interviewed several businesses in Wyoming to gauge public perception of WPM and better understand current and potential underwriting opportunities.
Shannon Hopkins' Spring & Summer 2015 Women in Public Media Internship
I had such a wonderful experience during my time at Wyoming Public Media. I’m thankful for the opportunity to learn about different areas of the radio station, travel to statewide events, and being able to work with such a friendly and supportive group of people. Although I will miss working for WPM, I am grateful and will cherish the experience, and I look forward to using the skills and knowledge I have gained in my future endeavors.
Sam Sanders' Spring 2015 Internship
As a lifelong fan and supporter of public radio, it has been more than a privilege for me to intern at Wyoming Public Radio. Over the semester, I have learned many of the skills required by the radio industry. I can honestly say that I think I have found my niche. The public radio community is a supportive environment, united by hard work and perfectionism. I am proud to be a part of this comradery, and I am thrilled that Wyoming Public Radio will be welcoming me back next semester.comradery, and I am thrilled that Wyoming Public Radio will be welcoming me back next semester.
Ryan Oberhelman's Oberhelman's Fall 2014 - Spring 2015 Internship
I feel incredibly fortunate to be working as an intern at WPR. I’ve had many opportunities to produce content for Arts and Culture, contribute to the pledge drive efforts, and work on developing and piloting a new podcast. I can’t speak highly enough about the people I work alongside. There’s no shortage of mentorship and guidance, and the work culture is extremely friendly and welcoming. During my internship, my ambition and enthusiasm have been matched by the unwavering support of Micah and the rest of the staff. My experience at WPR has undoubtedly been the highlight of my time at UW. I will continue to work on the podcast over the summer, and I can’t wait to get back into the full swing of things this coming fall.
TJ Snook's Spring 2015 Internship
My internship at Wyoming Public Media was an informative and exciting experience that I feel honored to have been given the opportunity to take part in. Helping out around the music department equipped me with a new set of skills, but was also extremely rewarding to me on a personal level. Thanks to Grady and Micah and all the welcoming, helpful staff at WPR for allowing me this opportunity.