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Senior Emma Ragon (in the photo on the right) is in the midst of yet another internship -- this time, she is working under the direction of Cynthia Madden, communications manager for Stevenson's Graduate and Professional School Admissions team. Emma is working on content development for a new graduate audience, researching and writing content for the GPS site. She is relying on strong communication skills, both written and oral, for interviews, composition, and editing. Her work as a former Villager editor-in-chief comes in handy for this internship!
Senior Savannah Lawrence is already enjoying her second internship -- this time as a writer/researcher with Baltimore's Vegetarian Resource Group. The VRG is a non-profit that works with mainstream businesses and organizations to make it easier for those who want to live a vegan or vegetarian lifestyle to do so. The organization provides assistance to consumers, education of health professionals, and food service outreach. Savannah is researching and writing articles for the Vegetarian Journal and the organization's blog, among other things. Here, second from left, she poses with another intern, Alicia Hückmann, and her supervisors, Debra Wasserman and Charles Stahler.
Senior Anthony Bunn wanted to develop his management skills during his internship, and what better way to become a manager that to learn from two of the masters? With over 50 years of restaurant experience, Terri and Menelaos Notara have made their small cafe a gourmet haven for Stevenson students and Owings Mills residents.  Anthony has learned the finer points of catering, customer service, food safety and preparation, and management.
Senior Megan McSwain is interning this semester under the supervision of Stephanie Verni, professor of Business Communication at Stevenson. Megan has assisted in a variety of tasks including research for course presentation, social media for the Eastern Communication Association convention, preparation of lesson plans for teaching assistance, and a variety of other departmental design tasks. Megan has been a tremendous asset to the department during her time as an intern.
Senior Conrad Ellis has been learning how a university academic department operates during his internship as one of two business communication interns. Working with department chair Chip Rouse, Conrad has been engaged in research with Dr. Heather Harris and Dr. Leeanne Bell McManus, program development with Dr. Deric Greene, and data collection for the department. He has helped to organize events, plan menus, write marketing materials, and prepare for meetings. His invaluable help has made life easier for the entire department.

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