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Senior Maia Milas (on the right in the photo) has relied upon her love for animals and her interpersonal communication skills to help her succeed in her internship at the Padonia Veterinary Hospital. Her supervisor, Chelsea Raras, a Stevenson grad herself, has worked with Maia on the development of new and improved marketing materials for the clinic, and Maia’s eye for design has been a great help in these projects. Maia also has had the opportunity to participate in the everyday workings of the clinic.
Despite not having a ton of experience with the world of baseball, senior Dayne Turner has thoroughly enjoyed his internship with the Baseball Factory, a part of Factory Athletics. Here, Dayne (center) is flanked by Jeff Goldscher, assistant to the CEO, and Matthew Lund, the director of web content and social media. The company conducts player development clinics and helps young players succeed in the world of sports. Dayne has been working in the fields of marketing and event planning.
Senior Andrew Sweeney (right) is learning the ropes of entrepreneurship under the guidance of Scott Westcoat, who not only owns and runs C’Ville Bikes, but who also runs major sporting events under the company name EnviroEvents. Andrew has been involved in the planning of several large-scale events, including the “Sand Duels Beach Soccer Challenge” held yearly in Ocean City, Maryland, which will draw hundreds of players. Andrew’s organizational skills will be put to the test during that weekend!
Senior Nick Singleton's love of books and reading led him to an internship with fiction and nonfiction editor Bruce Bortz, publisher of Bancroft Press. Nick's work includes reading and research, as well as delving into the marketing of publications. His assessments have included a wide variety of genres, and he has surprised himself at times by liking manuscripts that were out of his reading comfort zone. He has thoroughly enjoyed his internship.
Senior Landon Easler was thrilled to be accepted as an intern with the Baltimore Orioles, under the mentorship of Bill Stetka, the alumni director and unofficial archivist. Landon helps Mr. Stetka connect with Orioles alumni in a variety of venues, including during Fantasy Camp in Florida. Landon has done so well that he was accepted into the Orioles Career Introductory Program, which began on Opening Day and will continue through the post-season. Here they are in the stands at Oriole Park at Camden Yards.
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