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Meet the Intern

March 29, 2013

I’m the intern. My name is Kelly and I will be graduating in May from Centre College…hopefully (fingers crossed!). I am currently interning under Mariel for marketing.

What do you do here?

Sometimes I get the odd jobs that need to be done, like putting up the hundreds of coloring contest pictures you might have seen when coming in for the Wild West! Usually I am helping with marketing aspects, like helping write an article for the newspaper, making the print calendar for the month, and currently I’m learning how to use the cool, but confusing features of photoshop!

What’s your favorite book?

I don’t have a favorite book, but a favorite series. I’m absolutely obsessed with the Harry Potter series. I could probably answer any trivia question someone would throw at me about Harry Potter. If I could go anywhere, it would be Harry Potter world in Florida because that just sounds awesome.
Harry Potter

What was your favorite part of the Wild West exhibit?

My favorite part of the exhibit was watching all the kids enjoying and learning about the Wild West. At one point Mariel asked me to take pictures of the field trips and I jumped at the chance. The kids would start posing while playing dress up or hiding in the jail. It was so much fun to be around kids. My nephew came to the exhibit one day and we both agreed that panning for gold was our favorite.

What is the weirdest thing you’ve experienced at the Arts Center?

The weirdest thing would most definitely have to be 96% of things that comes out of Brandon’s mouth. He’s usually into character so we hear campfire stories in a western accent.

What are you plans for the future?

That is a tough question! As of right now I have no definite plans. Like I said, I will be graduating in May and most likely moving back home to Frankfort for a while. I’m hoping to move to Nashville or Lexington and get a job in music marketing, or health marketing. After about a year or so I will most likely go back to graduate school. Nothing has panned out yet, so if anyone has any tips or contacts, I am welcome to suggestions!Will Work For Raisins