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Published on May 31, 2013, by in Internships, Journalism, Marketing.

5/29/2013: Today, my first assignment was writing headlines and decks (the descriptions of the article that you find under the headline) for a few articles that will be in the September issue of P&C. I was surprised to learn that editors are the ones who write the “heds” and “deks”, and not the writers. I

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Published on May 31, 2013, by in Internships, Journalism, Marketing.

The day finally came… I got to start my internship with Scholastic Parent & Child, a magazine based in New York City. I got up at the crack of dawn, boarded the bus into the city, and found myself at the Scholastic building in what felt like no time at all. I met the editor

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Published on May 23, 2013, by in Internships, Journalism.

5/23/2013: So I am here at my internship on a break. Today is my first day, and as soon as I walked into the office to fill out paperwork, I hopped into a taxi with my boss and the camera man and headed to a protest in downtown DC. The demonstrators were protesting against the

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Published on May 23, 2013, by in Internships, Journalism, Marketing.

5/14/2013: As a college student and aspiring professional, I should tell you that there can be no price tag put on the experiences gained from a good internship. The exposure to your respective field and pivotal importance on your resume is invaluable. That is the purpose of this blog, isn’t it? However, as a girl,

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Published on May 23, 2013, by in Internships, Journalism, Marketing.

5/13/2013: They say there are two ways to enter the water – toes first, easing in and adjusting to the temperature gradually and comfortably, until fully immersed. Or, you can jump. My first week at Enventys/Inventor’s Digest would qualify as the latter. First thing Monday morning, I was met by my boss (VP and associate

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