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Senior Siegfried Schmidt has enjoyed his challenging internship at the Gilbane Building Company in the area of marketing under the mentorship of vice president Michael Crase. Zig's tasks have been many and varied, from working at an actual construction site to taking photographs of some of the company's finished sites. Gilbane is a global integrated construction and facility management services firm, and marketing such a global enterprise requires ingenuity and perseverance, both traits that Zig has developed. The company, located in Locust Point, is a privately held family-owned company.
Senior Amanda Windesheim is interning with HomeCare Maryland, a home health agency that sends experienced care providers including  physical therapists, occupational therapists, skilled nursing professionals, dietitians, medical social workers and home health aides, to provide health services for people who are homebound permanently or  temporarily. Working with Beth Brown, community liaison (shown here on the right) in the area of marketing, Amanda is charged with forming  relationships with referring agencies and developing new and creative marketing strategies.
When asked by members of M.I.L.E. (Stevenson's Male Initiative Leadership and Excellence program) to help out at their cookout in the Quad on Saturday night, Oct. 15, three members of the Business Communication faculty happily agreed. Stephanie Verni, Chris Noya and Chip Rouse took time out from flipping burgers and handing out hotdogs to strike a pose with the M.I.L.E. members who invited them to help: Jarret Bragg and Eddie Bennett. The evening was filled with good food, music, and lots of conversation throughout the event. (Thanks to Stephanie Verni for the photo)

All Business Communication majors MUST see their academic advisor before preregistration begins. Make an appointment now and check in with your advisor -- and make sure you get "checked off" in Web Express before your window opens to register!

All of the Business Communication advisors have offices located in the south end of the new Manning Academic Center on Owings Mills North.

Congratulations and welcome back to the region to BizComm alum Tara Shishmanian, who has accepted a job as a meetings project manager at Paralyzed Veterans of America in Washington, D.C. Tara left her position as the coordinator of volunteers at the St. Bernard Project in New Orleans to travel back to the Metro area. The Paralyzed Veterans of America is a congressionally chartered veterans service organization founded in 1946 that advocates on behalf of veterans of the armed forces who have experienced spinal cord injury or dysfunction.

Here she is during her internship at Grow & Fortify. Congratulations, Tara!

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