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The 53 interns in the Business Communication program for spring, 2017, presented posters detailing their internship experiences to a crowd of visitors on Thursday, April 13, 2017, in the Rockland banquet room. Associate professor of business communication, Chip Rouse, supervised their internship experiences.

Senior Lauren Kiper (in the photo on the right) has learned what it takes to market a startup company. Lotsa Pizza opened its first store in the fall of 2015 near West Virginia University and hasn't looked back since. By summer, there will be 12 stores in the group. Lauren has worked with Jenna Martino, the company's marketing analyst, doing everything from market research to design creation in the brand area. She has had a hand in nearly every phase of the company's expansion.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Business Communication interns have been busy preparing for their Poster Presentation to be held on Thursday, April 13, in the Rockland Banquet Hall. Working with a series of partners, the interns developed their "elevator speech" or pitch about their internship experience to share with attendees.
 

Senior Meagan Hardesty (on the left in the photo) is enjoying her internship in communication at the Maryland School for the Blind, under the supervision of Dotty Raynor, the Communications and Development Manager at the school. Meagan has been writing press releases, working to put together a newsletter for all constituents, and helping plan events for the school. Her writing skills have helped her succeed at the site. Here, Meagan and her mentor pose in front of a painting of the building they work in, Morrison Hall.
Senior Maia Milas (on the right in the photo) has relied upon her love for animals and her interpersonal communication skills to help her succeed in her internship at the Padonia Veterinary Hospital. Her supervisor, Chelsea Raras, a Stevenson grad herself, has worked with Maia on the development of new and improved marketing materials for the clinic, and Maia’s eye for design has been a great help in these projects. Maia also has had the opportunity to participate in the everyday workings of the clinic.

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