The Yarmouth-Dennis Red Sox invited Maxmilian Mandel ’24 into its “creative think tank.”
Still chasing their dreams in a COVID-19 ruled-world, Emerson School of Communication students scattered across the country this summer at remote and on-location internships. Here are just three of the dozens of stories that played out this year…
Last January, Madison Umina ‘20 envisioned a marketing internship at some exciting location during the summer of 2020. Instead, she reported in from home, winning a pitch competition to Fortune 500 companies along the way.
Amid a global pandemic, School of Communication students took on a range of communication summer internships — formative experiences spent working with major league sport teams, government agencies, nonprofits, production companies, and more.
Amid a global pandemic, School of Communication students took on a range of communication summer internships — formative experiences spent working under political nonprofits, video production companies, major league sport teams and more.
Emerson LA and President Pelton are featured on the cover of this week’s Los Angeles Business Journal in an article titled “Dream Factories,” which details higher education institutions with a presence in LA.
The Comedic Arts program at Emerson College has entered its fourth year and already students have been landing impressive internships that have put their comedy education to work.
School of Communication students dove into an array of communication internships. See how some SOC students put their Emerson education into practice this summer. Part 2 of 2.
From second-semester first-years to last-semester seniors, SOC students dove into an array of communication internships — formative experiences spent in global magazine editorial and event spaces, national TV/radio broadcast newsrooms and studios, world-renowned hospitals, and nationally acclaimed social services.