As part of its commitment to education and leadership in the performing arts, Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts in Virginia offers “one of the best internships” for college students, according to Bloomberg Business Week. Volkswagen Group of America helps fund the program for students like Elizabeth Necka from Bloomingdale, Illinois, a senior at Truman State University in Kirksville, Missouri, where she majors in psychology and business administration, and minors in theatre. After interning with the planning and initiatives department, Elizabeth said. “The main strength of the program is that this is very specifically an internship. It’s not underpaid work like at some places…Wolf Trap provides an atmosphere in which to grow.” We look forward to watching Elizabeth continue to grow as she now decides between a master’s degree in arts and theatre management or a PhD in psychology.