Clark Atlanta University arts major student, recently got the chance to travel to India due to recognition from a CAU alumnus, Michael Hades. Jaylon Rhodes discovered this opportunity through CAU’s International Affairs building, located behind the Honors and Scholars trailers. This program provides study abroad opportunities and internships through the summer and during the school
Attending a United Negro College Fund Student Leadership conference in D.C. this summer prepared Clark Atlanta University social work student for a memorable experience. Kandis Thorpe, was selected to participate in the Health Care Apricity Resources Scholars program in Margate, FL for nine weeks. Thorpe explained how the program catered to a variety of majors,
Considered a pioneer in the reality television genre, Bunim-Murray Productions welcomed CAU mass media arts student into their offices this summer. Tre Hazelwood, junior from Montgomery, Alabama, had the opportunity to partake in the internship program after learning of Bunim-Murray coming to Clark Atlanta University’s campus through a professor. Established since 1987, Bunim-Murray has produced
Clark Atlanta University’s Man of the Year, Moses Kilpatrick wants to use his position as a positive impact around the CAU campus. The junior speech communications student is passionate about helping others and is eager to make a change this year. The Miami, FL native holds a significant position on campus that is determined to
With hopes of becoming an International Commercial Real Estate Investor, Clark Atlanta University student is one step closer to her career after interning with one of the top five largest banks in the world. Abria Perry is a junior business administration major with a dual concentration in finance and international business, who hails from Boston, Massachusetts.
Clark Atlanta University junior, Almiya White interned with headlining network, CBS this summer. “Anxious. Aware. Alert. I really always was just on my toes,” White said. The mass media arts major had the opportunity to learn more about her passion for news in Washington D.C. She was the only student from southern United States and a
The Chinese Culture Center’s American Education and Culture Ambassador’s summer program welcomed Clark Atlanta University student, Paige Johnson. This mass media arts major found herself in Hohhot, China teaching a group of local Chinese teachers in efforts to improve their English teaching methods. Johnson participated in this summer internship from July 16 to August 1,