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The Business Communication interns were treated to a guest lecture by Owen Rouse, the senior vice president and director of capital markets at Manekin LLC, on the topic of networking. With his work in the fields of capital raising and investment sales, Rouse has years of experience in networking, which he shared with the juniors and seniors in the internship class. The brother of Professor Chip Rouse, he serves on President Kevin J. Manning's Presidential Advisory Committee at Stevenson. His words of advice? "Listen until it tires you out, and get out of your comfort zone."
Senior Alaina Maracotta snagged one of the coveted Ravens' internships for the fall, under the mentorship of Adam Rudel, the coordinator of marketing and football outreach for the team. Alaina has been involved with game-day operations on the Ravens Walk, along with a variety of other Ravens events, including outreach to high school football teams in the area. Alaina's interest in the sports marketing world grew out her participation in Professor Stephanie Verni's Sports Communication class.
Senior Kim Hahr (on the right in the photo) is learning all she can about the world of event styling, planning and management under the able direction of Latika Hassell, owner of L-Noel Events in Owings Mills. Kim has participated in photo style shoots, including a call for models, and is learning as much as possible about the bridal side of events in order to manage the company's social media. Kim also has had an opportunity to help plan and execute events on the conference side of the business, relying on her own experience with the Eastern Communication Association's convention in Baltimore in 2016.
Junior Sarah Cullison (on the right in the photo) has found her niche working under Alison Cuomo, web portal administrator, on the Stevenson University portal site.  From gathering and posting information about upcoming university events, to developing specialty web pages for different offices and departments on campus, Sarah has found that her eye for detail and her strong organizational and writing skills have provided her with a complete set of abilities for the job. She hopes to continue learning how to code in HTML to make the job more efficient.
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