Amanda Ekery Meet our Grants Research and Management Intern, Amanda! She is a vocalist and multi-instrumentalist that collaborates with historians, artists, and humans of all professions to create projects that are relevant to our current social climate. Amanda weaves her experience in underground rock, improvisatory creative music, research, and jazz into her compositions, workshops, and community-based performances. Q. How did you find out about BCC? A: I found BCC on hireculture.com - there was a posting for a Development Intern so I applied. Once I was here I realized that I had friends who were BCC alum, teaching fellows, and accompanists! Q. What has been your favorite part about working at BCC? A: My favorite thing about BCC is the people. Everyone is so kind, helpful and the environment is really great to be in. Q. Any advice or tips that you have about being an intern? A: Ask questions! There were so many things I didn't really understand and so I would just ask Jan, Director of Institutional Giving, for clarification and it has helped me to learn a lot. Q. What is a fun fact about yourself that you would like to share? A: I was only supposed to be at BCC for one month and it turned into one year! Hartman Russell Meet our Arts Administration Intern, Hartman! Some of his favorite things include playing baseball, hanging out with friends, and spending time with his family. Q. How did you find out about BCC? A: I've actually known about BCC since I was a kid. I auditioned for the chorus when I was in second grade. Q. What has been your favorite part about working at BCC? A: My favorite aspect of working at BCC is seeing children of different races and backgrounds playing and singing together. Q. Any advice or tips that you have about being an intern? A: My only advice is to remember to clock out! Q. What is a fun fact about yourself that you would like to share? A: I'm a Quentin Tarantino movie buff. I love his films - I've seen every one. I even took a class on him in college.