Call to Past SR Interns: Connect on LinkedIn

Dear SR Interns,

I hope you’re doing well! First and foremost, our team at Superstition Review would like to thank you for your service with us. We are so thankful for all our 255 interns to date.

We would love to connect our past, present, and future interns on LinkedIn. You can start by liking our Company Page. From there, choose “See all employees on Linked In.” If you filter by “past companies” you will see a list of 133 past interns. I encourage you to connect with each other. If you want to be on that list but are not, be sure to add your internship with SR in your past experience.

One of the most important parts of Superstition Review is our expansive network and sense of community, and we want everyone to be involved in that network.

We have recently implemented a new project in our intern training (Project 14: Resume, due November 27). Within the project, the trainees and current interns work to polish up their resumes and LinkedIn profiles based on the skills they have acquired in the training and internship. We require the students to reach out to ASU Career Services, and Trish filmed this lecture with Kourtney Walker from their office. We invite you to watch the lecture as well and see ways that you can strengthen your LinkedIn presence. LinkedIn is truly a living network and your profile/connections are constantly evolving, so we encourage you to update often.

We would also love for you to connect with our current interns on LinkedIn. Superstition Review takes pride in its network, and we want everyone to take advantage of that community.

Finally, I want to conclude by inviting you to our Issue 20 Launch Party. This semester marks our tenth anniversary – in addition to celebrating our twentieth issue during the party, we will be reflecting back on how far we’ve come over the last ten years. As a past intern, you are part of our legacy, and we would love to see you!

The party will be December 7, 6-8pm at the Mesa Arts Center. You can RSVP on Facebook or find more details on our blog.

Thank you again for your service with us – we are so proud!

Launch Party

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Superstition Review is the online literary magazine produced by creative writing and web design students at Arizona State University. The mission of our journal is to promote contemporary art and literature by providing a free, easy-to-navigate, high quality online publication that features work by established and emerging artists and authors from all over the world. We publish two issues a year with art, fiction, interviews, nonfiction and poetry.
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