Creating a Better Intern Experience
“When college students are applying for internships, they’re going to look for something that’s most like a job that they’re going to do once they graduate,” says Sydney Wess, a marketing intern at 898 Marketing in Canfield.
“I know there’s a stereotypical intern where they just run and get coffee and mail, but giving them responsibility so that when they do go in the workforce someday, they can always look back and reflect on the experience that they had at the company that they interned for,” says Stephanie Virgallito, a social media intern at 898 Marketing.
“We’re mainly looking for a nice culture to work in. How the boss treats their workers is mainly the biggest thing that we look at,” says Caitlin Trotta, a creative design intern at 898 Marketing.
In episode 5 of Stop Talking. Start Doing, Wess, Virgallito, and Trotta share some tips on making the intern experience as valuable as possible.
898 Marketing in Canfield, at 5721 Shields Road, Suite A, is a strategic marketing and creative consultancy delivering accountable business development campaigns with a relentless commitment to brand growth and digital innovation.
The company has proven that customized strategic marketing plans incorporating traditional, video, digital, mobile and social tactics do not have to be costly for small and medium-size businesses to be effective.In addition to crafting custom marketing direction designed to achieve business objectives, 898 Marketing serves as a network of resources, including its in-house video production team, TV Eye Productions.
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