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Business Communication graduate Bridget Forney (class of 2008), a public relations and editorial products specialist, has published some advice on her LinkedIn blog for surviving office committee work....Click here to read more.

Business Communication alum Jen Antonelli, who now works on Stevenson's Admissions Office team, will soon begin running on her 4000+-mile journey across America through the Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adult’s 4K for Cancer program. Along with 30 other runners, Jen will begin her 49-day journey in San Francisco to raise awareness and funds for cancer in honor of those among her family and friends who have suffered or died from the disease. Follow Jen's journey via her blog here.  Congratulations, Jen, and best wishes!

We received an update from Ryan Rubenstein, Business Communication class of 2014, who wanted us to know what he has been up to recently.
On a recent sunny Saturday morning, we ran into Business Communication grad Katlyn Lamp, who had finished up her internship at Sagamore Farm in Glyndon, Maryland, formerly owned by the Vanderbilt family and now the domain of Maryland's Kevin Plank. Katlyn was helping out with the Three Diamond historical tours of the property, once the home of Discovery and Native Dancer. Katlyn's internship gave her a working knowledge of the farm and the racing industry in Maryland and built a love for thoroughbreds in her.
Stevenson Business Communication graduate Andrew "Drew" Wysocki has secured a graduate internship at Syracuse University in the field of strength and conditioning working with athletes in the weight room at the university. As a student at Stevenson, Drew interned with Mustang strength and conditioning coach Michael Query (center) and found a passion for the field which he hopes to pursue. Drew's spot on the Stevenson University football team made him a believer in the power of conditioning. In the photo, Drew is on the right. Congratulations!
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