Sep 10th, 2014

There’s no I in Team: Meet the Interns

Last week you met us, the Admissions blog team. The HPU Office of Admissions is a full-contact sport, and behind every starting lineup is a full team of talent. Somehow, our hard-working interns juggle full class loads, sports teams, Greek organizations, clubs and other extracurriculars on campus, and still manage to offer us their talents and their time. These are the creative brains that offer their student points of view that go into everything we do in the Office of Admissions. We have a skilled team this semester, and we’re just getting started!

 

Lisa Carlson is an HPU junior and double major in strategic communication and psychology with a minor in Spanish. Lisa is an avid runner, and can often be found running around campus. She also loves ethnic food, traveling, adventure and Caribou Coffee.

 

Jacqueline Reilly is junior who is majoring in strategic communication and minoring in marketing. She has worked with the HPU Athletics Department for two years as a Sports Marketing intern. Jacqueline is from Norfolk, Mass., She enjoys learning about international relations and politics, and has been involved with Model United Nations Club for the past two years.

 

Hogan Dyer is an HPU junior and served as an admissions marketing intern last year, as well. Hogan is also a University Ambassador, and a strategic communication major with a graphic design minor. Hogan enjoys graphic design, especially logo design. Hogan is a self-described movie buff and gear head.

 

Paige Price is a junior business administration major with a concentration in entrepreneurship and a minor in marketing. Paige enjoys taking leisurely ride around campus in the evening on her red scooter. This summer, Paige interned at a wealth management firm, where she worked on blog posts, website rebranding and video production. Paige loves sports, and is involved in many intramural teams on campus.  She also has a 93-year-pld pen pal in Australia who she emails every week.

 

Stephen Lillie is a senior who is in his fourth year on the admission marketing team. Stephen is a strategic communication major with a minor in marketing. Stephen enjoys traveling, and studied abroad for a semester in Rome. He enjoys Suits, Royal Pains and Scandal, and plans to go skydiving in the spring. Stephen is from New England, but does not eat seafood. Upon graduation, Stephen plans to go in crisis communication or brand development.

 

Rachael Bozsik is a senior entrepreneurship major and home furnishings minor. Rachael has interned for a boutique PR firm, served as a Southern Tide brand ambassador and work as an HPU Ambassador. Rachael loves blogging, and runs a blog with one of her best friends. Rachael is a licensed realtor, and is currently helping her parents purchase a home in Charleston, S.C. Upon graduation Rachael plans on pursuing a career with branding in the luxury lifestyle industry.

 

Kara Benkovich is a junior biology major who hopes to attend dental school upon graduation from HPU. Kara is from Buffalo, N.Y., and also served as an admissions marketing intern last year. Kara enjoys PureBarre and running, and is currently trying to get into the Disney Princess Half Marathon. She loves macaroons, turquoise blue and hockey. Kara spent her summer traveling and studying abroad in Ecuador, Greece and Turkey. She loves science, and spends much of her time in the Learning Commons.

 

Anthony Vita, a junior at HPU, is a strategic communications major and graphic design minor. He is a new member to our admissions marketing team this year and also serves as a University Ambassador and Career Peer Ambassador. Anthony is passionate about rock climbing and typography and has an undying love for hot sauce and espresso.

 

Collin Sweeney came to HPU as a student-athlete in 2012. While soccer brought him to HPU, he quickly fell in love with his major, communication with a focus in electronic media. Video editing, graphics, and production are his favorite hobbies and he hopes to implement them into his future career. In his down time, Collin loves to watch movies, play video games, and hang out with friends. He values kindness, teamwork, perseverance, and his favorite quote is “You miss one hundred percent of the shots you don’t take.”

We are looking forward to a winning season. Like any team, competition makes us faster, but collaboration makes us better!

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