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Business Communication News

Senior Jabrae Green, who has had an long-standing interest in all things kitchen-related, is interning with Annalise Wynn, who runs Cravin' Something Good Bakery. Jabrae has learned what it takes to succeed in the baking business, from customer service, to pricing, to budgets, to recipe building and product design. Jabrae’s goal is to go to culinary school after graduation and open her own bakery.

Senior Matt Perry is interning at Art with Heart in Baltimore, in the community outreach program the non-profit organization runs to bring art into local elementary and middle school classrooms. His mentor, Kayon Cox, oversees the interns in the outreach program, and the interns are there to make sure each day’s project is well-planned, asssembled and ready for the children to execute when the Art with a Heart team arrives at the school. Matt's communication and artistic skills help him to succeed at the site.

Students from Western Run residence hall and their Faculty in the Halls mentors, business communication professors Leeanne Bell McManus and Chip Rouse, enjoyed a spooky night of haunts and history in Fells Point on Nov. 6. The "Haunted Ghost Tour" provided a wealth of history about the Fells Point area, and the professional tour guide had some scary narratives about the ghosts who still roam the old port town. The evening ended with a delicious gelato!

Great thanks goes out to School of Design Industry Specialist Jennifer Marin Jericho and the entire Office of Career Services for the "Steve Talks" event on Nov. 5. Professionals from a variety of fields participated in the afternoon sessions, while alum Jamie Windom gave the keynote address.

Lots of BizComms attended the event, along with many other students from the School of Design, and they are shown in some of the photos above.

Junior Emma Ragon (right) is interning with the Business Communication faculty under the mentorship of department chair Chip Rouse.  Emma’s duties have included event planning, helping with the First-Year Seminar class, attending department meetings, ordering swag and supplies, updating the blog, writing surveys, composing the newsletter, attending Open Houses, and a variety of other jobs that demand careful and thorough attention to detail, strong organizational skills, and excellent communication skills.
 

 
 
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