CV&T welcomes intern
The Citizen Voice & Times welcomes Kentucky Press Association Summer Intern Kyle Woosley, 20, of Mt. Sterling.
Kyle is a 2009 graduate of Montgomery County High School and is a junior at Eastern Kentucky University, majoring in journalism with a minor in sociology. He attended Morehead State University for two years where he majored first in journalism, then in public relations He served as a staff writer for the college newspaper, “The Trailblazer.”
Kyle transferred to EKU at the beginning of the 2011-2012 school year. He is a member of the Society for Professional Journalists where he has served as treasurer and vice president.
As a member of the staff of the “Eastern Progress,” Kyle has been a staff writer, copy editor and assistance news editor. He will be the managing editor in the 2012-2013 school year.
“I am very excited to be here and I look forward to leaving my mark,” Kyle said.
CV&T retiring news editor Rhonda Smyth chose Kyle for the paper’s summer intern because of his writing and copy editing abilities. He has also worked with Whitney Leggett, the new news editor.
“The fact that he has worked with Whitney before makes me believe they will be a good team for the summer,” CV&T Publisher Teresa Hatfield-Barger said.