THE J103 INTERN BLOG
Hey everyone...Haylee here.
Sadly this is my last blog as a J103 intern.
Words cannot express how sad I am to no longer work with the amazing, yet silly
J103 staff. As I have stated before, this internship has been such a blessing
in so many ways. For me, this ...
everyone... Haylee here!
This morning I walked in to the studio, as I do every
morning, to a sweet "thank you" card sitting at my "desk" as I opened it, I read
so many wonderful and encouraging notes from the people I have grown to adore
in such a short time frame, that's when it hit me... this is m...
Hey everyone, Haylee here.. Thoughts
flood my mind of my beloved family in El Bongo, Nicaragua as I sit in the
studio this morning during the Cross International share- A- thon. My heart is
breaking listening to all the stories from the team's visit to Porta Prince,
Hi everyone! Haylee here, I am a senior Communication major at Shorter University in Rome GA. I am a brand new intern here at J103 and I must say, I am thankful that God has placed me at this amazing station for the summer. This internship could not have come at a better time in my lif...
As the beautiful leaves begin to change colors we roll right on into fall. It's hard to believe that summer was months ago. I have been here at J103 for a little less than three months! It feels like I just started yesterday. I'm sure y'all feel that way about many jobs or leadership roles in your life!...
Hey Readers! New intern here! I am a senior at Lee University and currently interning here at J103! It's pretty crazy how different the classroom is compared to the actual work place. When you read that you think, Duh! Who is this girl? But in my c...
Father's Day by cody-scott-edds...
Welcome to Jfest! You walk in, buy your Jbucks, take a seat,
enjoy the music and meander around checking out the booths, food, or Kidsworld.
It’s a magical land of funnel cakes, shaved ice, music, and fellowship. That is
what the public gets the chance to experience. On the other side we (the staff)
get to see everyone enjoy the hard work. This is the reason I enjoy event
management. You get to watch your dream of making people happy a reality, even
if it is only for a day. It is seeing all of the puzzle pieces coming together
to form one beautiful picture of completion.
One of the pieces to the puzzle is putting up all the orange
fencing that keeps people from going where they shouldn’t. This task involves
pounding metal bars into the ground and zip tying on the fencing. Sounds easy
enough right? It is as long as you don’t loose control of the pounder. Well,
Justin lost control and the 20 or so pound pounder came and hit him r...
This post has been the most challenging one for me yet. I come from a fairly small family, distant relatives were just
that and most of everyone was usually to broke to break the distance via travel.
Frankly I don't have too many family vacations or reunions to derive a funny
To fully understand the story I am about to tell you there
is a bit of background information you need to know. Every other year my dad's
side of the family has a family reunion in Florida. I know most family reunions
are tagged as time you get together with family that you barely know and
hear all of them say how big you have grown....