The Web Content Bureau is a team of student workers who help faculty, staff, and other students create and manage content for the Luther College website.
Interested in becoming a member of the Web Content Bureau? Complete our online application.
I am a management major with a computer science minor also involved as a member of Collegiate Chorale and am the Student Activities Council (SAC) president. Working with the Web Content Bureau has given me the opportunity to work with several academic departments and utilize valuable skills and experience that I will need after I graduate.
I am a senior double-majoring in Theatre and Management who also participates in Cathedral Choir. My love of performing keeps me fairly busy, so it is fun to use my organizational skills when working for the Web Content Bureau. I hope to be an arts administrator or marketer someday, and I am already so grateful for the professional opportunities the Web Content Bureau gives me.
I am currently a sophomore majoring in mathematics and computer science. I am also a member of Cantorei choir, co-chair of Phonathon 2015, and leader of Aynah Student Organization. I believe the Web Content Bureau is a great place to work because it gives me the opportunity to practice knowledge that I have learned in classes and to explore tools used to create, maintain, and design websites. Web Content Bureau helps me make new friends and understand them better as colleagues.
I am a first-year computer science major who enjoys drumming, rock climbing, and working on my book. In the Web Content Bureau, I am looking to better my computer skills and learn internet programming. After college, I aspire to become a computer programmer and create video games of my own.
I am currently a junior studying mathematics and secondary education. In addition to playing the piano, I enjoy playing racket sports such as racquetball and badminton in my free time. By working in the Web Content Bureau, I am looking forward to gaining skills in organization and management while building relationships in order to better help past, present, and future members of the Luther community.
I am a first-year student double-majoring in English and biology. I am part of the track and field team as well as other activities on campus. Working on the Web Bureau has helped me to develop great communication skills as well as organization and time management.
As a student majoring in psychology and German, I look forward to studying abroad this spring in Münster, Germany. I hope to eventually start a non-profit organization, and working in the Web Content Bureau will help me do so. My work study will not only help me expand my computer knowledge, but also improve my communication abilities. I can definitely apply these skills to any 21st Century career I may have.
I am a chemistry major, run cross country and track, and take piano lessons. The Web Bureau is great to work for because it involves working with talented people and on interesting projects. It has helped me learn valuable skills in web design as well as working with Google Analytics and Excel. After graduating I hope to attend dental school.
I am a junior mathematics and computer science double major. I am a member of LUFDA, Luther's ultimate frisbee team, as well as Varsity Band, where I play the euphonium. Working in the Web Content Bureau allows me to build off of what I learn in my classes while gaining valuable, applicable working experience. After my time at Luther, I hope to find a job in the computer science field.
I am currently a first-year student. I sing in Aurora and look forward to participating in Student Activities Council, as well as many other activities on campus. I am very interested in the way that the web can connect people to places and causes and I am very thankful for this opportunity to learn more about web design. Through my work with the Web Content Bureau, I hope to provide the Luther community with the information they need and share with future students what a unique community and learning environment they will find at Luther.