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Published on July 10, 2013, by in Internships, Marketing.

Though I am studying in the field of communication at school, I have always found myself interning in the marketing industry. It seems to have this dynamic and ever developing attribute that I find very attractive in a job. The constant development of projects and accounts seems to keep my creative edge sharp and active.

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Published on July 9, 2013, by in Internships, Marketing.

Step 4: Write the pitch, targeting it to the reporter and newspaper. The next step is the big one—actually sitting down and writing the pitch. For some of the pitches this part was easy and the words flowed from my pen onto paper (or rather from my fingers onto keys). But others didn’t come as

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Published on July 9, 2013, by in Internships, Marketing.

I have had the unique opportunity of working with the Vineyard Vines retail brand. A company founded on the ideals of the American dream and one that has grown substantially throughout the past 10 years. After a highly-selective application process I have been fortunate enough to join the company as a Brand Communications Intern. My

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Published on July 8, 2013, by in Internships, Marketing.

This past week I had the opportunity to go on my first “business trip” which fortunately felt more like a vacation. The Ulman Cancer Fund has a program called the 4k for Cancer, that has college students run or bike across the country with the goal of offering hope, inspiration and support to cancer communities

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Published on July 3, 2013, by in Internships, Marketing.

Step 3: Choose the newspaper and reporter by reading articles and noticing topic trends. The third step in my Hometown Stories project is deciding who to send each pitch to. The first and most obvious thing to do is figure out which newspapers cover news about the area each intern is from. This is the

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