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Markkula Center for Applied Ethics

Student Interns

Meet the Marketing and Communications Interns

The Ethics Center works with SCU students through many of its programs, internships, and fellowships to help them grow independently within their respective fields. One of those programs brings in talented students to help with the Center’s marketing and communication efforts. 

The students are engaged in all aspects of the many communication channels that support the work of the Ethics Center from website content management, social media, newsletter publishing, virtual events and creation of visual assets.


2022-23 Marketing and Communications Interns

Lucas Bush is a marketing and communications intern with the Markkula Center for Applied Ethics.
Lucas Bush ’23
Lucas is a senior from Washington, working toward a double major in political science and ethnic studies. Lucas primarly works on writing, story generation, promotional text, and social media content, including the production of the Ethics Center monthly newsletter. Over the summer of 2022, Lucas worked in communications and outreach for the Center for Intercultural and Indigenous Research (CIIR) in Santiago, Chile. When not in class or work, Lucas is a member of Audiosync, one of the a capella groups on campus, and spends much of his personal time watching far too much soccer (specifically the Seattle Sounders).
Jessie Jiang ’24

Jessie is a junior from the Bay Area, majoring in computer science and minoring in studio art. She is involved in ACM and Theta Tau, the professional engineering fraternity on campus. Jessie contributes through the creation of visual elements for digital marketing campaigns and communications, as well as website management and analytics. Some of her interests include rock climbing and exploring new music.

Betty Nguyen ’24
Betty is a junior marketing major and journalism minor from the Bay Area. As an intern for the MarComm Team, Betty is excited to learn more about content creation in relation to ethics. On campus, Betty is also part of DayBreak's (SCU's K-Pop dance crew) performance team. In her spare time, Betty likes to create her own social media content, read mangas and WEBTOONs, and play the mobile game Twisted Wonderland.
Priscilla Zheng ’24
Priscilla is a junior from the Bay Area majoring in Finance and minoring in Economics and Business Analytics. She is involved in the Japanese Student Association and the Microfinance Association on campus, and she is a part of Alpha Phi Omega, a service fraternity on campus. Priscilla brings experience in graphic and website design. During her free time, she enjoys hiking and watching movies.