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Starting this week, you might see a new face on the site. Our summer intern, Jake Stein, joined Team iReport yesterday.
Jake has been an iReport member since January 2011. We asked him to write a short bio to introduce himself to the community:
Jake is a rising junior at Arizona State University's Walter Cronkite School of Journalism as well as Barrett, the Honors College. His passion for visual storytelling led him to his previous work experience as a student reporter and videographer for the city of Phoenix’s youth and education channel, Know99 Television. Jake is the president of ASU’s student chapter of the National Press Photographers Association.
In addition to his experience as a photographer, he has spent time as a newscast reporter for ASU's radio station, The Blaze 1330 AM, as well as a feature story reporter for The Downtown Devil. Jake recently won a reporting trip to Brazil, where he’ll be blogging from the World Congress of Food Science and Technology in August. In his spare time, Jake enjoys camping, hiking and going on road trips in his beloved Subaru. He is honored to be working with Team iReport and looks forward to a mutually productive, enjoyable summer.
Be sure to say hello to Jake! We're excited to welcome him to the team.
Welcome Jake! Good to see a fellow Arizonan at the iReport desk...
Welcome aboard, Jake!
Hi welcome hope you stay with us a long time
Welcome Jake and enjoy your journey with the CNN iReport Crew. :)
Hello, hello from the iReport desk!
Thanks for the warm welcome-- It's nice to meet you all! I couldn’t have asked for a more rewarding opportunity, and I'm looking forward to getting to know the iReport community throughout the summer. If you have any questions, thoughts or just want to say hi, please don’t hesitate to reach out. I’d be thrilled to hear from you. And if you enjoy photography as much as I do, let's discuss photo tips and techniques.
See you around iReport!
Hi Jake! I'm iReporter, NgaamC, from Japan. Thank you for your "Likes" on my vegetable reports!!