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Business Communication News

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Welcome back posterThe Office of Career Services welcomes students back to school with lots of information about their services. Listed below are a few of the ways that Business Communication and Communication Studies students can benefit from the efforts of our career counselors.

Part-Time Job Fair
Thursday, August 29, 2019, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. in the Rockland Banquet Room

Professional Minors Panel Series: Software Design and Coding
Thursday, September 26, 2019, 5-6:30 p.m. in Rockland Conference Room A

Fall Career & Internship Fair
Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 2:30-4:30 p.m. in the Rockland Banquet Room

Drop-In Advising - Campus Locations

Career Peers: MWF – noon-3 p.m., Office of Career Services, Wooded Way, Room 100

Career Advisors for the School of Design:
Thursdays 10 –11:30 a.m., MAC Center South, outside the Solve Center

Internship SignWe have a little bit of news from our Business Communication summer interns! Some of them are enrolled for credit; others are interning solely for the experience. Congratulations to them all for their hard work.

  • Emma Adams is interning at Euler Hermes North America in communications and human resources.
  • Tim Craig is working as a project manager intern at Shade Construction.
  • Riley Hodge is interning in New York City as a business development intern at Maverick.

Claudia Tonti and other internsBusiness Communication graduate Claudia Tonti recently had the opportunity to travel to Toronto, Canada, to intern for the Event and Arena Marketing Conference 2019, along with her mentor, Edie Brown of Edie Brown and Associates. Sponsors of the conference included Feld Entertainment, Riot Creative Imaging, Budweiser Stage and Billboard, among others. About the event, Claudia wrote, "This experience was one in a million and one I will never forget! I met so many amazing people and learned a lot about the industry I work in and love so dearly. Thank you, EAMC, for the memories and friendships of a lifetime." (Claudia is third from the left in the photo of the event's interns from Facebook)

EAMC logoAccording to its website, "the Event & Arena Marketing Conference is dedicated to the talented professionals that cross the scope of the live entertainment industry: marketing, publicity, promotions, group sales, live touring shows and arenas."

The Business Communication interns, under the direction of Sonya Lawyer, internship director, joined other interns from the School of Design on Friday, April 26, 2019, as they exhibited posters detailing their internships and then participated in a panel discussion about their shared experiences.

Interns and their posters

EAMC Internship announcement

Congratulations to Business Communication senior Claudia Tonti, who was recently awarded an EAMC (Events and Arena Marketing Conference) internship, a highly selective experience sponsored by the Event and Arena Marketing Conference group. Only seven students were chosen, mostly from larger universities, as shown in the announcement above. Claudia will get the opportunity to network, assist EAMC planning committee members prior to and throughout the conference with database management, survey collection, team-building activities, photography, note taking, and more.

Claudia will travel to Toronto June 11 for the conference with her Stevenson University internship site supervisor, Edie Brown, of Edie Brown and Associates, who is an EAMC Hall of Fame member. Claudia's flight, hotel, conference registration, and all other expenses have been covered through the internship award.

In 2003, the EAMC Board of Directors awarded its first internships to college students interested in the live entertainment industry. The internships provide the opportunity to attend the conference sessions and evening activities, assist committee members throughout the conference with registration and surveys, network with live entertainment executives and inquire about possible future job openings within the industry.

 
 
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