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Business Communication News
Congratulations to the 52 Business Communication students who have secured internships this spring. Take a look at who and where they are!
BizComm alum Amanda Weaver (in the photo, on the right, during her internship at Our Lady of Mt. Carmel School) writes to us:
"I am from the winter graduating Business Communication class of '08. I currently am working for a company called Entertainment Consulting International. We are a Baltimore-based consulting firm for venues across the county such as Power Plant Live, Xfinity Live, Power and Light District in Kansas City, and we are rapidly growing. In the next year we are opening huge venues in Norfolk Va, Atlanta, and later down the road Detroit. I was stopped in my tracks walking past our marketing team today and they asked if I had any connections with colleges. They are looking for someone to fill an internship position (paid) as soon as possible. I also feel it will have great potential for a full-time opportunity since we are growing so rapidly. We are located in the heart of the Inner Harbor right above Phillips. Below is the link to our website. ECI has been an amazing place for me; I am coming up on my 4-year anniversary and I can see myself staying here for many more years. The company has such great culture and has the most amazing team!"
Check out her company at http://www.ecimgt.com/
How exciting to be engaged in such a thriving workplace. Thanks for checking in, Amanda!
We heard recently from December 2016 grad Emma Ragon, who is working at Whiting-Turner Construction. She writes:
"I recently completed my first week at the Whiting-Turner Contracting Co. While the company ensures a slow transition, I am truly excited to apply what I have learned from the business communication major to my position as a marketing assistant.This week, I am training and learning more from the business development team with which I'll be working. After learning more of my responsibilities, I often think of my time on the editorial staff of The Villager. Much of what I'm doing includes creating templates on InDesign and editing content. I feel very prepared and very lucky to have found a job where I can directly apply the skills and lessons learned at Stevenson."
We congratulate you, Emma, and know that you will go far!