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Senior Kylie Handler (on the right in the photo) is learning the management trainee ropes with Enterprise Car Rental in the company's Pikesville location under the supervision of Aseelah Hatcher-Thomas, the branch manager. Enterprise is well-known for its management trainee program and have been pleased with Stevenson University students who have completed the course. The company, which was founded 60 years ago, is the largest transportation solutions provider, with offices in over 30 countries at more than 7,200 locations. Kylie is learning from the ground up how the business works.
Seniors Drew Wysocki (right) and Fred Terry (left) are putting their communication skills to work under the mentorship of Coach Michael Query, the head of Stevenson's Strength and Conditioning program. The two interns, former SU football players, are working directly with current athletes in the training room. Their leadership skills, complemented by an understanding of interpersonal communication, are leading them to success as they "find their voice" among the athletes.
Senior Lexi Cohen (on the right in the photo), who is interning at CareFirst/Blue Cross Blue Shield in Owings Mills, has been learning the ropes of social media marketing under the mentorship of Dianne Henderson, the Social Media Marketing Strategist in the Strategic Marketing department.  Lexi works on composing content for social media channels, primarily LinkedIn, comparing what she writes with that of other peer Blues plans. Various meetings with the CareFirst design team, sponsorship, and branding and advertising folks helps her get a better understanding of what content is needed as she works.
Senior Mackenzie Wieder is excited to be interning with the Cool Kids Campaign in Towson under the direction of president and co-founder Chris Federico, who is a Villa Julie College/Stevenson grad. The Cool Kids Campaign is "devoted to improving the quality of life for pediatric oncology patients and their families by focusing on the academic, social and emotional needs brought on by a cancer diagnosis," according to their website. Mackenzie is working in all areas for the nonprofit, including development, event planning, marketing, and outreach, and she is thrilled with each day's work.
 
 
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