I was a PR Intern, and the majority of my responsibilities involved packaging and sending out seedings, or giftings, of client products to influencers, editors, and stylists, and keeping track of all the information in spreadsheets. I also worked on press clippings and magazine research.
This was my second year interning on the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Team in the Human Resources Department at Spectrum Health. Through this internship, I was able to gain insight into possible career paths as well as gain experience in a Human Resources role.
As a Marketing Intern with Emergency Care of Stryker Medical, I reevaluated 42 current product offerings by assessing revenues and quantities sold over a 52-month period and facilitated a 5–10-year investigative report for acquisition and various business development projects through organic research to support strategic objectives.
My job as a summer intern at WWMP was to interview employers and employees and write stories about their responses and current events. Each day I would check my email for responses from those I interviewed, check up on my tasks from my employer, and write stories, story pitches, and journalism exercises.
As a part-time employee with the UFW Foundation for the role of Immigration Outreach Assistant, my roles included but were not limited to petitioning, coordinating farmworker appreciation events, building relationships with farmworkers throughout the state, and educating them on their labor rights.
My internship responsibility was to create a new logo for Estudio Cebra to use with their new business Tienda Cebra. They gave me all the information I needed, their needs, and their expectations for me to create any logos. Once created, we reviewed them about 3-4 times until they were exactly what they wished for.