Students enrolled in the Regional Interdisciplinary Internship course prepare final presentations covering all of their work during the spring semester and present their work to their colleagues, Linfield staff and faculty, community partners, and community sponsors of the internship programs. Nicholaus Miles interned with Amity Downtown Improvement Group (Amity DIG) and gave this presentation as part of his Kemper Internship during 2012.
Amity DIG exists to serve the local community by hosting leadership events and holiday celebrations, developing infrastructure such as sidewalks and street signs, and ultimately helping Amity become a more friendly, respectable, and well-known town to both local community members and travelers. In collaboration with Amity DIG, Miles created and maintained a website to host informational material for the organization.
Miles, Nicholaus, "The Amity Downtown Improvement Group (Amity DIG)" (2012). 2012 Kemper Internships. Presentation. Submission 3.