When Tyler Branch landed a prestigious internship with the "Late Show with David Letterman," he was thrilled. Of the 400 applicants, Tyler was one of only 12 chosen to work on the show, and he knew it would be a life-changing experience that, combined with the skills he has learned in the classroom, could help him realize his career aspirations to be a television producer.
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