Author: Morgan Kuehnle

Seeing the Bright Side of the Challenges

It is without question that every single person in any job or career field experiences challenges throughout their day, week, month, etc. I am a firm believer of how you respond to those challenges directly impacts the team of people you work with along with the quality of work you produce. Too many times I’ve…

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Now I Know I’m Sure

When you start searching for an internship or new job you obviously want to look for something that will help lead you into a career you really want to be in. Last year I didn’t feel like I was lucky enough to find an internship like that, but this summer that’s all changed. I’ve known…

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New Opportunities with the Boston Red Sox

This summer I am working for the Boston Red Sox as the Concerts and Entertainment department intern. As a member of a four person department it is under my responsibilities to handle logistics, planning and execution of all summer concerts. This includes VIP parties, stage and seating set up, ticket sales, and artist relations. Our…

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Where I Go From Here: Takeaways

Upon completion of my summer internship I thought back to where I started back on May 23rd. I was stepping into my first summer internship – an internship that didn’t have a set program and had no real path. After having a sudden internship change between two separate organizations in a matter of 2 days,…

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How My Values Have Changed and Developed at YWCA

When I first joined the YWCA Hartford Region team I was anxious to dive into the non-profit world and discover if the non-profit environment was right for me. I valued the driven ideas of the employees here to empower women and eliminate racism. Along with their mission, I believed in YWCA’s passion to provide equity…

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My Biggest Accomplishments

As I only have 2 more weeks of my internship left, I wanted to provide some dialogue about what I think my biggest accomplishments for my summer internship are. I have been given many projects, assignments, and duties throughout this summer and it’s time I take a moment to look at where I started and…

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What People Don’t Tell you Before Starting Your Internship

Going into this summer I expected to be working for a Commission under the Connecticut government. Less than a week before my start date I received an email saying the governor had cut the Commission out of the state budget and my internship was now not available along with all the other people displaced from…

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Small Team but Great Culture

Now a few weeks into my internship I have been able to work with or interact with most of the members on the YWCA Hartford Team. As a nonprofit organization YWCA does not have a lot of employees for their team. Although the team is small, there’s still a lot of work to do, but…

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YWCA Supports My Goals

Going into this internship with YWCA Hartford Region I established some goals for myself personally, for during my internship, and for my professional development. For myself personally I wanted to be sure I worked on trying to understand other members of the team of employees I’m working with and how they work. I have always…

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My Work with a Non-Profit

My name is Morgan Kuehnle and I am participating in an internship this summer for YWCA Hartford Region in Hartford, Connecticut. I am a rising junior at Babson College, an RA for the first year area living learning communities (Living Entrepreneurship and Living Social Change), a CWEL scholar, and a member of the Babson Women’s…

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