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photo by Wilt Boone

I Know What You Did Last Summer

Did you ever want to travel with National Geographic to the 

Galapagos Islands, hike in Yosemite National Park, or perhaps 

meet Christie Brinkley during a photo shoot for a NYC magazine?

 

On Thursday, April 24, 2014 during a special end of semester 

Brown Bag Lunch seminar, come and meet three USC Undergrads, Wilt Boone

Hillary Dadouris and Amanda Perry.  You will hear them discuss their very unique 

and extraordinary summer 2013 internships and jobs.  For more information contact 

Dawn Hunter:   dawnmariehunter@yahoo.com or 803.777.2606

 

Date: 4/24/2014

Day:  Thursday

Where:  RM 341, McMaster

Time:  11:50AM-1:00PM

 

During the summer of 2013, Wilt Boone was part of an expedition 

to the Galapagos Islands in association with National Geographic. 

While there he not only learned how to enhance his photographic 

skills but also gained a greater understanding of the natural world 

around us.

 

Hillary Dadouris interned for Downtown Magazine, New York, NY. While there, 

summer 2013, she was a Creative Design & Advertising Intern and she also assisted 

in a high profile editorial story that featured Christie Brinkely.  Hillary, who is receiving 

her BA from the School of Journalism and Mass Communications, found the experience 

essential in developing her portfolio and making important professional contacts.

 

Amanda Perry traveled to California and sought a position working in the great 

Yosemite National Park.  While there she primarily worked as part of a team that 

manages the horse stables.  While developing a solid work ethic, she gained valuable 

experience in the importance of team work.  Additionally, she also developed a personal,

independent project photographing the spectacular landscape of this national treasure.