Business Communication seniors have gotten a jump start on the job search. Word has reached us about the following students who have post-graduation plans:

Mackenzie Wieder has accepted a job with the Cool Kids Campaign where she interned this spring. The organization works with children who are suffering from cancer and their families through education, outreach and social experiences.
Kristen Brooks has accepted a position with ADG Creative as an operations assistant. The Columbia-based company has clients including Lockheed Martin, the U.S. Army, HP, Apple, PayPal, and the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, among others. ADG Creative is a digital agency that works in design, strategy and technology.
Katlyn Lamp was excited to accept a position in social media and marketing at McHenry Row in Baltimore’s Locust Point. The walkable neighborhood includes office space, shops, apartments, restaurants, and space for festivals and concerts.
Siegfried Schmidt interned at Gilbane Building Company as a project engineer. When the company, located near Fort McHenry in Baltimore, subsequently offered him a career position, he was thrilled to become a permanent part of the group that offers global construction and facility management services as a project engineer. He will be working with subcontractors to ensure that the company’s buildings fit drawings provided by architects.
Kylie Handler is leaving her job as co-editor-in-chief of The Villager for a position at the H. Chambers Company, a Baltimore design firm that works with private golf, yacht and country clubs across the country in strategic planning, design and marketing. Kylie will serve as the Marketing and Social Media Coordinator.
Dayne Turner finished up his internship at Factory Athletics and accepted a position as a marketing and sales account manager at Blue Shore Strategies, a Pikesville-based company that promotes brand growth and business awareness through intensive market research and development.

Pat Candon will be going home to New York to continue developing his brother’s business, SidelineSwap, an online site where athletes can buy and sell previously owned and new gear. The company began with a focus on lacrosse but has since developed a following in hockey, skiing, baseball, soccer and football. Pat’s internship work in warehousing will come in handy in his career.

Lexi Cohen is settling into her job as an admissions counselor for Keiser University-Sarasota. The university was looking for innovative ideas to expand interest among high school students since it traditionally attracts an adult undergraduate population. Lexi and the team are developing strategies to attract those students, including social media, Lexi’s passion.