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ISU’s April Career Path Intern of the Month is Steve Coburn 

April 2, 2019

POCATELLO – Idaho State University’s April Career Path Intern of the Month is Steve Coburn, a senior pursuing his bachelor’s degree in business informatics.

Steve Coburn headshotCoburn currently holds a Career Path Internship within the Central Academic Advising offices at ISU. Most recently, Coburn worked closely with ISU Native American Student Coordinator Lethaniel Loley and other personnel in the IT Service Desk to support the development and technical implementation of a Native American Student Laptop Checkout Program, which launched the beginning of the Spring 2019 term.

“Steve has been given a diverse set of technical support responsibilities and has consistently stepped up to the challenge,” said Joann Hertz, director of central academic advising. “He is hard working, detail oriented, a team player and provides research based solutions to any problem that arises.”

Coburn hopes to take the skills and experiences that he has gained during his internship and apply them in the real world.

“After I graduate, I would like to stay in the Pocatello area and work as a Windows administrator or something similar in the IT field,” Coburn said. “I am also considering getting my master’s degree at ISU.”

Coburn, who is originally from the Marsh Valley area, spends his free time rebuilding things ranging from mountain bikes to circuit boards.

For more information, contact Emily Jahsman at jahsemil@isu.edu.

Idaho State University, a Carnegie-classified doctoral high research activity university and teaching institution founded in 1901, attracts students from around the world to its Idaho campuses. At the main campus in Pocatello, and at locations in Meridian, Idaho Falls and Twin Falls, ISU has nine Colleges, a Graduate School and a Division of Health Sciences that together offer more than 250 certificate and degree programs. More than 12,000 students attend ISU. Idaho State University is the state's designated lead institution in health professions.


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