Friday, June 7, 2013

Intern at Victoria’s Secret Corporate Headquarters

Meet Terra Carlson a senior at Stephens College. She’s a Fashion Marketing and Management student and just started a really cool summer internship. This “simple yet complex Midwestern girl” as she referrers to herself is interning this summer in NYC at the corporate headquarters of Victoria's Secret.

Terra is blogging about her dream summer internship and if you would like to learn how she became an intern with this chic women's clothing company, check out her blog, Finding Her Wings.

Stephens College is a women's college located in Columbia, Missouri. Below is the welcome message (as it appears on the Stephens College Web site) from Dianne Lynch, Ph.D., President of Stephens College.

Welcome to Stephens

"Stephens College was established in 1833. For more than 175 years, we have been educating women to become leaders as well as valuable contributors toward the betterment of our society. I am delighted to be a part of this fine institution, to celebrate her history and to work to create a future of unlimited possibilities.

Stephens offers a variety of programs at the undergraduate level for women, as well as distance-learning and on-campus programs in our Graduate and Continuing Studies division for both men and women. We take pride in the strong bonds we've developed within our local community of Columbia, Missouri, and within the vast network of Stephens graduates we have across the country.

Our commitment to the performing arts, pre-professional programs and the liberal arts is evident in our mission statement. So is our commitment to each student's success at Stephens. Our campus culture offers a values-driven living and learning environment (check out the Ten Ideals); close interaction with faculty and student peers; hands-on experience in the major beginning the student's first year at Stephens; and resources inside and outside the classroom that build students' skills, knowledge and confidence. Our extensive network of alumnae assists students in finding internships and employment after graduation. You can even bring your pet to campus to live with you in a residence hall.

Whether you are interested in forming ties with Stephens — perhaps as a new student — or whether you seek ways to simply keep in touch with the goings-on at Stephens — perhaps as an alumna — we invite you to explore our web site. Please let us know if we can help!"


Dianne Lynch, Ph.D.

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