You can apply for opportunities through the Student Center, under the Center for Career Development, Winter Break Opportunities.
Applications are due by November 1 by 11:59 p.m.
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Public Relations and Communications (Media, Advertising and Marketing)
Gettysburg, PA - Kelly Alsedek ‘1970, Associate Director of Communications & Marketing - Retired, Lebanon Valley College
Bedminster, NJ - Jack Duffy ‘1979, Vice President - Enterprise Business Solutions Service Management, AT&T; Seniors are strongly encouraged to apply (3.0 GPA minimum requested).
Stamford, CT - Anne Engel P‘2016, Marketing Consultant, Independent Consultant; Mark Engel P '16 CEO, Rosco (International company in the theatrical/film lighting business). Both of us have BAs from liberal arts colleges and an MBA. Anne Engel P'16 spent 10 years in brand management at Pepsi-Cola and was a SVP at a promotion agency.
New York, NY - Eric Handler ‘1986, Vice President, Communications, YES Network; RESUME REQUIRED - submit to firstname.lastname@example.org by 11/1 at 11:59p.m.
New York, NY - Ray Hopkins ‘1987, President, Television Networks Distribution, CBS Corporation; RESUME REQUIRED - submit to email@example.com by 11/1 at 11:59p.m.
Manhatten, NY - Greg Pinchbeck ‘1990, Global Head of Third Party Risk Mgmt, Business Resiliency & Crisis Mgmt, Global Consumer Banking, Citigroup; Jeff Franchetti '90, Cheif Information Officer at Cravath, Swaine, & Moore; Nick Johnson '90, SVP National Sales, NBC Sports Digital, NBC Universal. Great for students who are: (1) undecided on their career path, (2) have a broad-based business interest and not locked into an industry, (3) a desire to work, (4) entrepreneurial mindset, or (5) students that have studied abroad.
Fran Cannon ‘1978, Executive Vice President, C 3 Real Estate (Location: Blue Bell, PA) Shadow Description: I run a commercial Real Estate company that specializes in leasing and management of office buildings, shopping centers and apartment buildings. C3 Real Estate has both a commercial real estate firm and a telecommunications consulting firm. Work place is Business Casual.
Marcy Di Blasio ‘1985, Assoc. Director of Development, Samaritan Healthcare & Hospice (Location: Marlton, NJ) Shadow Description: Our office is a small yet mighty group of five Development professionals who raise over a million dollars each year to address costs to our patients and their families that are not covered by insurance. We conduct Annual, Planned, Major, and Corporate campaigns, concurrently as well as two large Special Events each year. We work cohesively as a team, and I think that a Gettysburg student could benefit a great deal from spending time in our presence, as well as that of the other staff members of Samaritan.
Mary K. DiUbaldo P‘2019, Director of Development, Moveable Feast (Location: Baltimore, MD) Shadow Description: Non-profit management. I run the fundraising dept. for a non profit with a 4 million dollar budget. We deliver nutritionally tailored meals to individuals with HIV/AIDS, cancer and other life threatening illnesses. We believe that Food=Medicine. We specifically work with those who do not have access,affordability or ability to prepare healthy meals. Local students are encouraged to attend, as this is best as a multiple day experience (at least 3 days). A public policy major or marketing or healthcare might find this experience interesting.
Jack Duffy ‘1979, Vice President - Enterprise Business Solutions Service Management, AT&T (Location: Bedminster, NJ) Shadow Description: Day includes spending time with me for 2 hours, visiting our Global Network Operations Center, a Telepresence Call with our HR recruiters and Director of Business Sales Leadership Development Program and finally time with at least 3 other executives. Seniors are strongly encouraged to apply (minimum 3.0 GPA requested).
Matt Giegerich P‘2019, CEO, Ogilvy CommonHealth Worldwide (Advertising) (Location: Parsippany, NJ) Shadow Description: Spend a day exploring the world of healthcare marketing and advertising from direct to consumer advertising (tv, digital, print, etc.) to direct to physician marketing materials. Witness the process of ad campaign brainstorming and creation through the in house execution of marketing and promotion materials. Have an opportunity to meet with both entry level and more seasoned employees for a better understanding of the universe marketing and advertising.
Elaine Giuliano ‘1983, Features Editor, The Carmel Pine Cone (Location: Pacific Grove, CA) Shadow Description: The student will come along on interviews and assist in research for articles for the week's paper. If the student's present on a Wednesday and Thursday, they may also observe and participate in production. Good photographers may find themselves with a photo credit. This is a great opportunity to observe operations at a successful weekly newspaper with 100% locally produced content — no wire stories. The Pine Cone is available online, and interested students should acquaint themselves with its style and editorial point of view before applying. **Interested students should be from California or already have plans to be in the area during January break.**
Helen Karchner P‘2019, CEO/co-Founder/Business Development/Expert Moderator, Karchner Marketing Research & KMR Research Studio (Location: Collegeville, PA) Shadow Description: (taken from our internship program) Student will become one of our KMR TEAM Members. As such, your opportunity for learning and growth will be varied, with the multi-faceted projects we have ongoing. You will have an opportunity to gain valuable experience. Marketing Experience: - Expansion of the KMR brand - Development of KMR brand subsidiaries - Growth of the new KMR Research Studio - Maintenance of current KMR clients - Cultivation of new/past KMR clients Marketing Research Experience: - Assist our Field Coordinator with commissioned research projects - Conduct desk research on various research topics and therapeutic areas - Cross check recruiting data gleaned against screener criterion - Take notes and/or shadow a moderator during active qualitative interviews - Transcribe interviews - Locate and identify applicable verbatim quotations - Create charts and graphs to support explanation of a study’s results - Monitor social media discussions - Manage various data bases - Create and design surveys - Provide graphic design support for final reports including pictures, diagrams, etc Participation within and support for various projects is proportionate to incoming research. The industry does experience seasonality, typically busier in the 3rd & 4th Q's. However, exposure to research methodologies, exploration into state-of-the-art digital techniques, and an opportunity to glean various research philosophies through attendance at industry presentations may be available. Moreover, continued marketing efforts are required to cultivate potentially new clients and re-engage current clients. We welcome ambitious, dedicated, insightful, and inspirational students. The only bad question is the one that's never asked! Communication is key to a successful internship! We usually work 12-14hr days each day
James Kerr P‘2019, Vice President, Corporate Communications, Unisys (Location: Blue Bell, PA) Shadow Description: I run global communications for Unisys, a $3.4 billion information technology company based in Blue Bell, Pennsylvania. Our group handles external communications (public relations, client communications, and social media communications) as well as internal communications.
Jason Maltby ‘1988, President, Executive Director of National TV and Digital Video, Mindshare USA (Location: New York, NY) Shadow Description: Will learn about the media business at one of the worlds largest media agencies. Part of the day can be actual shadowing. Other part will be learning about different media (TV, Digital, etc.) Will include mock interviews to get real life experience and feedback.
Lori Olbrys P‘2019, Executive Vice President, Recruiter, O'Hare & Associates (Location: New York, NY) Shadow Description: I am an advertising/marketing recruiter so am happy to talk with students/help guide students who wish to pursue this career path. This would not really be to see what a Recruiter does, but to help anyone interested in the advertising/marketing field. Prior to recruiting these past 17 years, I spent ten years at Grey Advertising working on various Procter & Gamble beauty brands (Cover Girl, Pantene).
Brendan Ripp ‘1999, VP & Publisher, Sports Illustrated, Time, Inc. (Location: New York, NY) Shadow Description: Observe Publisher in meetings
Rachel Wynn ‘2012, Founder/CEO, Starlight Social (Location: Washington, DC) Shadow Description: Join Class of 2012 alumna Rachel Wynn at her home office, for client meetings, and a networking event for a fast paced day of startup business operations, social media management, and website design. With the hours a day you spend navigating your social media marketing, what else could you be doing to grow your business? Starlight Social provides personalized media and social services designed to make your life easier. Do What You Love, We'll Handle The Rest. (www.starlightsocialdc.com)
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