Micronesian Image Institute's Internship Program with Guam Community College to Benefit Micronesia Challenge Communications Efforts
The Micronesian Image Institute recently began an internship program with the Guam Community College, giving graduating students in Visual Communications a semester of hands-on work in the world of environmental media and communications.
This year's interns are Erik Carter and Keith Quiblat, both of Dededo, Guam.
"GCC's visual communications department is the finest in Micronesia and both Erik and Keith have plenty of experience in design and brand development to contribute significantly to the Challenge, " says Dan Ho, president of MII.
"This is a really great opportunity for the Challenge, as it offers assistance in the area of communications which is always underfunded and least prioritized. It is a way to energize our ongoing work in audience building while using fresh, enthusiastic students to do it."