Thursday, November 15, 2012

PWC Majors Featured in MAFAC's November Newsletter

The Marshall Area Fine Arts Council (MAFAC)'s November 2012 newsletter makes mention of PWC majors Katie Stromme and Maria Gilland.

Both majors have had internships with MAFAC. To read more about the work these students have been doing, be sure to visit this link:

Thursday, November 1, 2012

Writing/Marketing Internship at Coppergoose

The following internship information comes from Lacey Louwagie:

Wimpy Analytics, a software startup, is seeking a writing and marketing intern/part-time staff member to become part of a fun, enthusiastic team. The chosen candidate will be responsible for writing blog posts and press releases, researching and pitching to markets of potential interest, and writing short descriptions of prizes to be given away on the company’s flagship website, Time commitment will be about 5-10 hours a week and all work can be done remotely with a computer that has access to the Internet. The position pays $10/hr with long-term possibility for the right fit. The position is open to anyone with good writing skills willing to work remotely, whether or not you are a formal student. An interest or involvement in “geek” subculture is a plus. If taking the internship for credit, we will work with your department to ensure that internship criteria are met.

To apply for the position, please submit a letter of interest detailing your related work/personal experience and qualifications to Please note that this will also serve as your writing sample, although you may supply additional samples at your discretion.

About Coppergoose is the premiere offering of Wimpy Analytics, LLC., a software startup based in Sioux Falls, South Dakota. It’s a no-strings-attached giveaway site offering the chance to win free goodies every day and catering to the “geek” market (sci-fi and fantasy, role-playing, video and board games, anime, comics, etc.). To learn more, visit