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Junior Caroline Izzi (in the photo on the left) is thoroughly enjoying her internship at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore. Working under the mentorship of Sinclair Miller, the marketing and digital media manager for the organization, Caroline is learning how the zoo uses social media to increase its public profile. Her tweets are full of funny and endearing puns to help interest more animal lovers in visiting the Zoo, and she also enjoys the time when she gets to interact with the zoo's animal population!
Senior Heather Lopiano is in the midst of her third internship at Stevenson, this semester with Corrigan Sports Enterprises in Elkridge, Maryland. Under the mentorship of Dave Gell, director of communications, Heather has been working in public relations, client services, event planning, and a myriad of other communication-related areas. Corrigan Sports was established in 1991 to create, manage and execute sports and event marketing opportunities for the corporate community. A partnership with the IWLCA (Intercollegiate Women’s Lacrosse Coaches Association) helped CSE gain national exposure, and add in events including the Baltimore Marathon & Running Festival and the Under Armour All-America Lacrosse Classic, it's easy to see how the company has made a national name for itself.
Senior Abigail Provost is interning this semester with Edie Brown, of Edie Brown and Associates. Abby, who will graduate in December 2017, is enjoying the fast-paced and multi-tasking world of public relations under one of Baltimore's most well-respected PR professionals. With clients including Feld Entertainment, which sponsors most events at the Royal Farms Arena in Baltimore, Edie Brown has taught Abby the importance of building and maintaining relationships with clients, the media, and the public relations community.

Junior Meghan Loveless (on the right in the photo) has developed an interest in web content management, and her internship under Anne Stringer, the Digital Experience: Group Strategic Creative Manager, has given her lots of opportunities to learn how online marketing content is created and managed in the corporate world.

Meghan's work "above and beyond" what was asked of her in a recent project to aid her supervisor earned her a special WIN award, pictured here.

The mission of Sisters Excelling Everyday is "to aid and assist underprivileged women and children to accomplish basic life skills such as education, financial management, health care, etc.... while providing unlimited support through mentoring, contributions and volunteering," according to the organization's website. Senior Kaala Harrilal (on the right in the photo) is working feverishly reworking the website design and content for this group of professional women who believe in supporting the community. Under the mentorship of Vernell Shaheed-Levrone, Kaala has also been busy compiling a how-to web manual for the executive board of the non-profit organization for once she completes her internship.
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