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MAZINAIGANPAGE22FALL2014GLIFWCINTERNSLTEsandbuildupherrsum.AftershegraduatesJalynhopestobeamarinebiologistandtraveltheworldtoconductresearch.WhenshesnotdoingresearchhoweverJalynenjoysreadingplayingsportswatchingfootballbeingoutdoorsdrawinghangingoutwithfriendstravelingtopowwowsandhunting.MarissaNeitzkeMarissaNeitzkealsoworksasaLakeSuperiorFisheriesinternthissummer.SheisasophomoreatNorthlandCollegeandisdoublemajoringinbiologyandsustainablecommunitydevelopment.AssheisaverysociablepersonMarissalikesworkingatGLIFWCbecauseshecanmeetnewpeopleandsheishighlyinterestedinworkingforanindigenousorganizationtolearnabouttheAnishinaabepoint-of-viewregardingnaturalresourcemanagement.MarissasaysthatGLIFWCgivesherawholedifferentexperienceandshelovesbeingabletogooutonLakeSuperior.HersupervisorMikePlucinskiGLIFWCGreatLakesTechnicianhelpedreelinMarissaatNorthlandCollegesjobandinternshipfairandshewasimmediatelyinterestedinwhatGLIFWCdoesasanorganization.AftergraduatingfromNorthlandMarissahasmanyplanswhichincludeworkingasamarinebiologisttravelingtheworldjoiningthePeaceCorpsandeducatingothersaboutenvironmentalism.InherfreetimeMarissalovesrun-ningplayingthecellopaintinghangingoutwithfriendsandfamilyandbeingonthewater.PeterHouleBadRiversownPeterHouleisinhissecondyearatLacCourteOreillesOjibwaCommunityCollegeandheisstudyingnaturalresourcemanagement.PeteristhethirdLakeSuperiorFisheriesinternatGLIFWCandheenjoysbeingoutdoorswhileonthejob.LikemanyotherinternsPeterappliedatGLIFWCtolearnwhatGLIFWCisaboutandgethands-onexperienceinthefield.HehopestoworkfortheBadRiverNaturalResourcesDepartmentorGLIFWCafterhegraduates.Inthemeantimeheenjoyshangingoutwithhisfriendsandfamilyhuntingfishingandplayingbasketball.EmilyNelisGLIFWCsPublicInforma-tionOfficereceivedaboostwiththesummeroutreachprogramandMazinaiganarticlesfromEmilyNelisBadRivertribalmemberandGLIFWCsummerintern.EmilyisenteringhersophomoreyearatUW-MadisonmajoringinsocialworkandminoringinAmericanIndianstudies.EmilylikestotravelandtravelshedidtakingGLIFWCsinforma-tionboothtotheBayMillsPow-WowinthefarreachesoftheUPandtheLacCourteOreillesHonortheEarthPowWowthissummer.Herknowledgeofthepow-wowcircuitmadeheraneasyfitforthejob.InadditiontooutreachEmilycontributedseveralarticlestotheMazinaiganafterinterviewingotherinternsandshealsotraveledtoFondduLacsKiwenzLanguageandCultureCampforastory.Inbetweentimessheassistedwithmul-tiplein-officetasks.ShelearnedabouttheGLIFWCinternshipthroughword-of-mouthanddecidedtoapplybecauseitisclosetohomeandshewasinterestedinlearningmoreaboutGLIFWCsactivities.EmilyisalittleunsureofplansfollowinggraduationfromcollegebutmaypursueamastersdegreeandultimatelywouldliketoreturntotheBadRivercom-munityandworkwithtribalyouth.SueEricksonJasonBoltonAsaGLIFWCwildriceinternJasonBoltonenjoysgoingoutdoorsandsurveyingwildricebeds.HeattendsLacCourteOreillesOjibwaCommunityCol-legeandheisstudyingnaturalresourceslandandwater.JasonwasdrawntoapplyatGLIFWCafterseeinginternshippostingsaroundhisschoolandheimmediatelytookinterest.AfterhegraduatesJasonwantstoworkinafieldrelatedtonaturalresourceswhichsuitshimashishobbiesincludefishingandbowhunting.JohnMcCormickJohnMcCormickattendsNorth-landCollegeandheisGLIFWCssecondwildriceintern.Heisinhissophomoreyearandheisdoublemajor-inginnaturalresourcesandbiology.Johnenjoysthehands-onexperiencehegetswithhisinternshipandhelikesbeingoutdoors.Whenheappliedasaninternhesawawonderfulopportunitytofurtherunderstandwildriceandhewasalsoexcitedtogainmoreexperienceinafieldrelatedtohiscareerchoice.AfterhegraduatesfromNorthlandJohnwantstoworkinwildlifeconservationandecologymanagement.InhisfreetimeJohnlikestohuntfishtrapandmakeanassortmentofcrafts.TribalstudentsassistGLIFWCaslimitedtermemployeesDylanJenningsWorkingwithboththeBio-logicalServicesDivisionandthePublicInformationOfficeDylanJenningsBadRiverassistedindiverseprojectsthroughoutthespringandsummer.HeworkedcloselywithGLIFWCWildlifeSectionpro-ducingaposterrelatingtoresearchontheAmericanmartenforDr.JonathanGilbertspresentationataninternationalscientificforuminPoland.TheposteraswellasashortdocumentaryfeaturedtheculturalsignificanceoftheAmericanmar-ten.Inadditionhewasinvolvedinmanoominharvestdatacollectionandentry.JenningsprovidedseveralcontributionstothefallissueoftheMazinaiganandassistedwithediting.InadditionheproducedtheoriginalflyerandinvitationsfortheHealingCircleRunHCRanniversaryaswellasworkedextensivelyondesignandlayoutfortheHCRMemoryBook.Healsocontributedtothe12-pageHCRsupplementincludedinthespringsummereditionoftheMazinaigan.OutandaboutatvariousfunctionshehasmannedGLIFWCsinformationalboothaswellaspitchedinasaspeakerandorhand-drumsingeratGLIFWCevents.JenningsholdsabachelorsdegreeinanthropologyarchaeologyandNativeAmericanstudiesfromtheUniversityofWisconsin-Madison.Heplanstobeginpursuingadegreeinlawthisfall.InadditiontobeingastudentheisamemberoftheMidniteExpressDrumgroupandhasworkedextensivelywithNativeyouthinavarietyofculturalprograms.InternsandLTEsoutandaboutinthecededterritoriescontinuedfrompage16WorkingforGLIFWCsGreatLak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