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Ithaca at the Olympics

Thirty-one IC students worked for NBC at the Vancouver Games. Here’s a firsthand account of what it was like.

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Still suffering from jet lag after working as an intern at the Olympics in Beijing last summer? Well, wake up! You won't want to miss this new opportunity!

The Roy H. Park School of Communications is one of just a handful of schools in the country from which interns will be recruited to work for NBC Sports at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, Canada.

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Last summer I went to the Beijing Olympic Games. Okay, so I wasn’t competing in any events, but I did experience the games firsthand -- as an intern for the Olympic News Service (ONS). As a journalism minor, I was excited by the opportunity. I looked forward to learning more about the journalistic process and was eager to apply what I’d learned in class to this experience. I had...

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Last summer, 44 Ithaca College students had the experience of a lifetime as interns with the 2008 Summer Olympic Games. Eleven students worked for NBC Sports in China while another 12 worked at NBC headquarters in New York City. A third group of 21 students were selected to intern with the Olympic News Service in Beijing.

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Ithaca College students made it to the Olympics. In fact, 44 IC students are involved in the Olympic Games. A group of 11 Park students are interning with NBC Sports in China, and 21 students from the School of Health Sciences and Human Performance (HSHP) are interning with the Olympic News Service (ONS) in Beijing.

IC students had an...

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