It’s #TeenInternTuesday we’d like to introduce you to a few more Fall 2020 High School Interns! Swipe through the carousel to meet them.
We asked each intern: What is something you hope to learn during this internship?
Felecia Facey, Family Programs
“Something I hope to learn/gain during this internship is clarity, career-wise. Being able to experience this intership gives me the opportunity to explore different potential career paths. I will also able to develop soft skills that will help no what I decide to pursue. Those skills include, but are not limited to communication, networking, teamwork, and critical thinking.”
Jamyang Gyamtso, Teen Programs
“During this internship, I want to learn how to communicate in a work space. More specifically, I want to learn how to communicate and network with a professional/mentor. I think this will help me in my future jobs, since communication is essential part for most jobs. The networking skills I learn will help me get to know the field I’ll work at in the future better as well.”
Nayeon Park, Teen Programs
“What I admire about the MET Internship is its emphasis on diversity and the plethora of resources (opportunities to network with professionals, interactive workshops led by artists, etc.) that were offered. I look forward to working with other talented students towards getting a head start in growing our skills in a workspace as well as finding our career self-identities through interactions and events with museum professionals.”
Rose Bell-McKinley, Family Programs
“Already I've had so many wonderful experiences from this internship and met really great people! For the remainder of my internship I hope to continue learning about the Museum and helping with children's classes and programming. Ultimately, I hope to learn more from collaborating with my peers and gaining work experience.”
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