Business Communication News
The department of Business Communication congratulates the 16 students in the major who presented a summary of their internship experiences via Powerpoint on Nov. 14. The students explained how they found their internship, reviewed what they gained from the experience, and offered advice to those considering similar placements. In the photo, senior Abbey Provost is enthusiastic about her internship in event planning at Discovery Communications in Rockville, Md. The student interns included the following:
|Bri Buttner||Event Solutions International|
|Bryan Corvera||U.S. Naval Academy Sports|
|Sarah Cullison||St. Paul's School, Marketing and PR|
|Paige Cunningham||A Style Studio|
|Angelina Devairakkam||Stevenson University Sports Information|
|Laurel Ensor||RC Trading|
|Corrin Harris||Walt Disney Company|
|John Kimenhour||St. Paul's School Office of Development|
|Hannah Krasinski||1840's Carrollton Inn|
|Sara Miller||Baltimore Orioles|
|Abigail Provost||Discovery Communications|
|Jamell Randolph||Coppin State University Athletics|
|Kaya Roberts||Stevenson University Conference Services|
|Lauren Spivey||Edie Brown & Associates|
|Alaina Steg||Art With a Heart|
|David Steinwedel||Ed Block Foundation|
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."
Business Communication senior Abigail Provost interned during the summer of 2017 at Discovery Communications, where she participated in a contest to redesign the logo that would be used to represent the internship program there. Collaborating with a colleague in the print center at Discovery, Abbey created the award-winning design shown here, among others. It will be featured on all Discovery internship materials in the future. "I felt it was a great use of my VCD classes as well as what I learned in my Advertising and PR classes," said Abbey. Congratulations, Abbey, for your terrific creation. Your department is so proud of you!
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