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Real Projects. Real Clients. Real Country Music Artist.
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Real Projects. Real Clients. Real Country Music Artist.

25 Dec 2014 | by Adam Roth

What better way to prepare for a career then to work on real projects with real clients to produce real deliverables?

From Intern to Manager in One Year! Hear Her Advice
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From Intern to Manager in One Year! Hear Her Advice

25 Dec 2014 | by Adam Roth

Laura Shubel is a Public Relations/French double major who within one year of getting an internship at the Alliance de Francaise is now working in a management position as the organization’s Language Center Coordinator.

Student interns at CBS New York
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Student interns at CBS New York

17 Nov 2014 | by WebsiteManager

Communication Studies and Spanish double major Christian Castano of Portsmouth, RI found his career match when he interned under the executive sales team at CBS in New York this summer. “I worked with very intelligent, influential, and important people and I couldn’t be happier for the opportunity,”...

Internship Advice to the Newly Employed
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Internship Advice to the Newly Employed

16 Nov 2014 | by Adam Roth

Emily Haworth is determined to inspire other students in the Harrington School by writing in her blog, The Savvy Intern, tips, tricks, and insights into making the very most of every internship experience.

In a world where technology is rapidly evolving and expanding globally, the need for effective communication is one thing that will never change. Our students are ready for the future because they graduate with the knowledge, skills and leadership abilities needed to be effective communicators and global citizens in a constantly changing world.