I’ve been working as an intern during the summer for my internship at Urban Nourish. This is a program that helps restaurants to market themselves online, in person, and on social media. They have a great program for interns and I will talk to the Director about the opportunities that are available to us. My goal for the summer was to work on the website redesign for Urban Nourish. They have a lot of great programming and I hope I can help them.
When I first moved to New York I did everything by myself. I was not happy with the way I was selling myself, so I decided to intern for a few weeks. I have a lot of experience with marketing and social media and I love to do that, so this internship was a good fit.
I’m not sure how much the internship paid, but I have no complaints. The internship was a paid internship and I did not get a salary, but I’ll probably get a lot of free food and coffee from Urban Nourish. That’s the most important part if you’re going to be in a position where you have to have a job for a long period of time.
I love this spot. I found it while browsing for some cool food on the Upper East Side. It is a coffee shop, bakes its own doughnuts and muffins, and has a beautiful outdoor seating area. There are also a lot of great places to eat nearby. The neighborhood is very walkable and has plenty of green space to take a stroll in. The people are friendly and the atmosphere is very laid back.
I worked at B+B from May to July of 2014. I started working at B+B at the beginning of my sophomore year at Georgetown University in the fall of 2011. I actually found B+B through a friend from my high school. My senior year I was working at a local coffee shop and had a job at a local bakery. I wanted to move on from the bakery because of the long hours and I wasn’t really enjoying it.
I started at BB when I was just a freshman in the summer of 2011. I worked for BB for only one year, but I really loved it. I loved working in the customer service department and the office. I loved being part of the team that makes sure that things are running smoothly. I loved being part of the team that made sure that everyone knew what their responsibilities were and what was expected of them. It was a great job and I loved it.
I had always planned on going to law school, so I was surprised when I found out a few months before graduation that I had been accepted into Cornell’s School of Hotel Administration. I was a little disappointed because I was looking forward to working in the hotel industry, but I was happy that the admissions committee thought enough of me to offer me a spot in the program.
I am a business major, but I have a minor in marketing and I was hoping that I would be able to get into a marketing internship. When I landed the job, I was very impressed with the work they did in the admissions process. It seems like a common practice to require that the student take a full two-hour test that is about as thorough as an exam and then to actually give them an internship. This internship was much more hands-on.
When you go to a museum, you can see people who actually worked on the piece in question. It’s kind of like the “behind the scenes” tour that you can take during some Broadway shows. I’m looking forward to taking a marketing internship and seeing first hand how all of the different departments work together to make sure that the brand is being represented in the best light possible.