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Franklin students spend winter in service

Friday, February 13, 2004

FRANKLIN, Ind. -- The Franklin College internship program offers students work experience in their field of study during the four week winter term in January.

Students explore career opportunities, get hands-on experience and earn credit while interning.

The following students from Western Indiana participated:

Ryan Wilson, Franklin College chemistry department, son of Bob and Carol Wilson of Brazil.

Audra Ferguson, Indianapolis Zoo, daughter of John Ferguson and Pamela Ferguson of Rockville.

Amanda Callahan , Banner Graphic, daughter of Robert and Ginny Callahan of Greencastle.

Amanda Barrow , Greenwalt Sponsel and Co., daughter of Stuart and Judy Barrow of Spencer.

Lisha DePlanty, Town Square Clinic, daughter of Rick and Laura DePlanty of Bloomingdale.

Daniel Doan, Indiana Secretary of State's Office, son of Dan Doan and Betsy Doan of Greencastle.

Leslie Ferris , Hendricks County Division of Family and Children, daughter of Bruce and Carol McDaniel of Clayton.

Ray Grayson, Schwarz Pharma, son of Al and Terri Grayson of Cloverdale .

Amy Gum, Vermillion Convalescent Center, daughter of Bob and Carol Gum of Rosedale.

Tristan Ireland, First Financial Bank, son of Donald Ireland of Terre Haute.

Jesse Thomann, ArvinMeritor Inc., son of Tammy Thomann of Newport.

Founded in 1834, Franklin College is a four-year undergraduate liberal arts institution 20 minutes from downtown Indianapolis.

The college offers 40 programs of study including biology, business, education, and journalism.

The college, which was the first institution of higher education in Indiana (and one of the first in the nation) to admit women, has an enrollment of more than 1,000 students and maintains voluntary association with the American Baptist Churches USA.

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