Senior Shannon Burt (in the photo on the right) is thrilled to be interning in Baltimore city at T. Rowe Price. Under the mentorship of Chantal Edwards, the Project Manager-Diversity and Inclusion, Shannon is participating wholeheartedly in the corporate culture of the company, conducting research for various events and publications. According to one T. Rowe Price employee, Craig Watson in Investments,“The firm is committed to creating the best work experience for associates regardless of their gender, ethnicity, or sexual orientation. I see it every day, and it makes me proud to work at T. Rowe Price.” Shannon is working to keep that culture flourishing.
Senior Jaclyn May's expertise and interest in field hockey propelled her to seek an internship at Baltimore-based STX, a global sports manufacturer with product lines in field hockey, men's and women's lacrosse, and men's ice hockey. Jaclyn is working under the direction of Carrie Macioce, the field hockey brand manager (on the left in the photo), who has given Jaclyn work in the field of social media as well as actual in-person product demonstrations and sales to the public. Jaclyn has used her knowledge of the sport to help out the company.
Senior Kaitlyn Schruefer has been busy at Merritt Properties in Baltimore, as the various Merritt companies just finished a major rebranding effort. Under the able mentorship of Missy Teague, shown in the photo with Kaitlyn, who is the marketing team leader for Merritt Properties and Merritt Construction Services, Kaitlyn has been busy learning how the marketing world of business operates. Kaitlyn's organizational skills, her attentiveness to detail, and her research abilities have provided her with a successful experience.
Senior Jon Tompkins (on the left in the photo) is learning about marketing from one of the best, Crown Trophy's Brian Litofsky, who is also a member of the Business Communication Advisory Board. Brian's company, located in Owings Mills, specializes in extraordinary customer attention and care, and Jon's work in marketing has emphasized a personal approach to customer relations. Jon's interpersonal skills are getting even stronger under Brian's mentorship.
Senior Kim Hahr (in the photo on the right) is continuing her internship with L-Noel Events, but has expanded into other event planning areas, including workshops and corporate events. Her mentor, Latika Hassell, owner of the Owings Mills-based company, has encouraged Kim to explore photographic opportunities as well, including styled shoots and educational sessions. Kim is enjoying learning how both large-scale and smaller events come together.