Callie Evergreen

Journalist in Minneapolis, MN

Callie Evergreen

Journalist in Minneapolis, MN

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Hi, I'm Callie — a recent journalism graduate from Bethel University in St. Paul, Minn.

Currently, I am an editorial assistant for MSP-C in Minneapolis, which produces magazines and digital content for organizations such as Delta Sky Magazine. I focus heavily on fact-checking, researching, and writing for various publications.

Last summer, I interned at Naples Daily News​ in Southwest Florida covering breaking news while working on larger stories such as Canadian snowbirds boycotting U.S. goods and Florida visits​, which got picked up by multiple other USA Today networks.​

I interned at the St. Paul Pioneer Press​ spring of 2018, where my final project story​ about Crisis Connection — the only accredited National Suicide Prevention Lifeline crisis center in Minnesota at risk of shutting down due to lack of funding — prompted multitudes of donations in addition to a response from Gov. Mark Dayton, urging legislators to provide funding for the crisis center.

Before that, I interned at Shakopee Valley News​ and covered stories ranging from unaffordable housing in Shakopee to animal rights activists protesting an extreme race of ostriches and zebras at Canterbury Park.

I served as news editor from 2017-2018 of my university paper, The Clarion, and​ covered everything from Snoop Dogg dropping his gospel album at Bethel to a lack of safe spaces for LGBTQ members and non-Christians.

I grew up in South St. Paul, Minn. — a small suburb about 10 minutes south of downtown St. Paul.

In my free time, I love making music and spending time outdoors– preferably with my close friends or family.

  • Work
    • Delta Sky Magazine
  • Education
    • Bethel University