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Take a look at Business Communication alum Emily Rosenthal's latest article in The Catholic Review (December, 2017). It's all about Advent's possibilities for service and compassion. Congrats, Emily!

Business Communication alum Michelle Larkin (class of 2014) checked in from her job as a member of the Business Development team at Walt Disney World in Orlando. Her job included finding and pursuing new sponsors for the Walt Disney Company there. Michelle longed for a writing-focused career, similar to a previous job she had held at the Orlando resort, shown in the photo.
"I've been at my happiest when I'm being paid to write, so it only made sense ...when I found the National Mango Board on LinkedIn, ... I interviewed two weeks ago, and was offered the job last week," wrote Michelle. As their marketing specialist, she will write and manage social media and blog content, while supporting their new marketing strategy for 2018.
The department of Business Communication teaches our students to follow their dreams and pursue their passion -- so congratulations, Michelle, for doing just that! It's hard to leave a career behind -- especially at Walt Disney World -- but saying hello to something new often opens wonderful and surprising doors.

Business Communication graduate Emily Rosenthal has begun a job with the Catholic Review as a staff writer, and one of her recent articles combines her Catholic heritage with her love of Carroll County. Emily is excited about the job in which she will be able to combine her reporting, writing, and editorial skills. (Photo of Emily's article in The Catholic Review, November, 2017)

Alum Jen Antonelli reached out to the department of Business Communication to let us know she has  an exciting new job. She just started working for The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults (the organization with which she ran across the country) as their 4K for Cancer Program Coordinator - Events and Recruitment. She will focus on organizing events for the runs and rides and recruiting college students to participate in the cross-country events.
Jen spent the summer of 2017 running across America with a cohort of volunteers to help raise money and awareness for the Ulman Cancer Fund. The blog chronicled her progress racking up the miles. The department of Business Communication is so proud of the former Stevenson Admissions team member as she embarks on this exciting new venture!

In the photo, Brianna ("Bri") Buttner is busy checking the credentials of all attendees of the Washington Automotive Press Association (WAPA) Rally and Awards ceremony Oct. 20, 2017. Her internship with Business Communication alum Amanda Calcado at Event Solutions International gave Bri access to the rally, luncheon and awards ceremonies. Event Solutions International schedules many test drives of new and specialty automobiles so that journalists can evaluate them.

"I can't believe I got to meet automotive journalists whose articles and blogs I have been reading for years," said Bri. "It was such an exciting experience and I felt like I really contributed to the event management."

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