This summer, I had the honor of being a part of the Kennedy Center internship program. As a requirement for my minor, I needed to complete an arts management internship, and I had no idea where to look. Luckily, I remembered to check the SAI National site, where I learned about the Kennedy Center’s internship options. I ended up working with the Washington National Opera for ten weeks, and had a wonderful time. SAI, once again, has led to an incredible opportunity in my life.
Had I not joined SAI three years ago, my life would be completely different. I wouldn’t have had the most perfect and supportive Big; I wouldn’t be nearly as close with my roommate as I am; and I wouldn’t have made all of the incredible and talented friends that I now have. Being a music major is time consuming, and can limit you from meeting people from other majors; luckily for me, the Eta Rho chapter has Sisters from every school, who enjoy a variety of activities. But, we all have that one special thing in common: music.
Thank you to the ladies of Eta Rho. You have truly changed my life, in the best possible way. And thank you to Sigma Alpha Iota, for helping me to find the music in everything. Vita brevis, ars longa.