We’ll let you all be the judge of whether you’d include the bolded section on your resume…
From a Washington Post internal email:
In the last couple of months we’ve had a number of changes in the staff of the Copy Aide Station, and wanted to take this opportunity to introduce our newest part-time on-call aides, so you’ll know who’s who when you see them around the newsroom.
Originally from Suffield, Connecticut, Sarah graduated from George Washington University in 2006 with a B.A. in journalism and dance. She says this odd double major always seemed to confound her college advisers, since no one else was ever crazy enough to major in both at GW. During college, she held various media-related internship positions at National Public Radio, the Wolf Trap Foundation for the Performing Arts, and the Jacob’s Pillow Dance Festival. Sarah also worked as a research assistant for Post reporter Laura Stepp. In addition to her work at The Post, Sarah performs with Dana Tai Soon Burgess & Co., a D.C.-based contemporary dance troupe.