Welcome Our Marketing Intern

Lauryn Oleson

Please help us in welcoming Lauryn Oleson, to our marketing team. Lauryn joins us from Illinois State University. She will be interning with us until early spring to help communicate upcoming events, capture engagement within our school, and highlight points of pride throughout Epiphany. Lauryn is an Epiphany and Central Catholic alum. We are extremely blessed and excited to collaborate with her. Please see attached letter, from Lauryn. We encourage you to like our facebook pages, if you have not done so already.

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Hello fellow Knights!

My name is Lauryn Oleson and I will be serving as the school’s marketing intern this spring. I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself and share my excitement for this opportunity.

 As a former Knight (class of ‘11) and Central Catholic Saint (‘15), I understand the value and privilege of going to Catholic school. Each day I strive to live my faith by exhibiting the strongly embedded virtues I was taught in school -- and even years after graduation, I still see those virtues in myself and in my classmates.

 I am now a senior at Illinois State University where I study public relations.  I have also been involved at the school’s Newman Center along with other clubs around campus. After graduation I hope to work for a PR nonprofit in Bloomington or Chicago, and as of now I could not be more excited to be back at Epiphany and contribute to the team.

 You may recognize my name from around the church as my parents, Kurt and Carolyn, and I have been parishioners for about 20 years. Epiphany is such a wholesome and diverse community, and it has been such a blessing for my family to be part of. My goal for the semester is to communicate the long-lasting benefits of Catholic education and show the community how Epiphany uniquely serves that purpose.

 Thank you for this opportunity and blessings to all!

 Sincerely,

Lauryn Oleson

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