Cortney Smalley will never forget the day he came to Capitol Hill with his first press pass. With support from the LSA Opportunity Hub, Cortney was able to spend the summer in Washington, D.C., not as a wide-eyed tourist, but as a working reporter. Watch the video above to learn more about the impact of his unique opportunity and others like it.
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“Being able to see what reporters and anchors and correspondents are doing definitely gave me an inside look at the actual business.”
—Senior Cortney Smalley Talk Radio News Service | Washington, D.C.
“You learn the theory in class, and then you go out into the field and practice that theory.”
—Junior Daniel Agudelo National Park Service | Grand Canyon
“The experiences we’re having, we will bring that back and give back to the student community at the University of Michigan.”
—Junior Anna Graff Run for America | New York, New York