12 posts from

December 2017


Yes, I have a minor in Art History. No, I do not paint. Anything Can Be Complementary, Minor in What You Love.

December 29, 2017 by | Student Guest Blogger

by Patrick Smith, SCC’18 As a Strategic and Corporate Communication major, I’ve taken a wide range of classes such as Message Design, Risk and Crisis Communication, Theories of Persuasion, Organizational Communication, Advertising and Promotion Strategy, and International Marketing. Talk about being well-rounded, ha! I’d like to propose, however, that I would not have learned so

Marketing in the City by the Bay Alumni Spotlight: Christy Ottesen, SCC '15

December 29, 2017 by | Student Guest Blogger

by Gina Pasquinelli, SCC ’18 Christy Ottesen graduated from Chapman University with a Bachelor’s in Strategic and Corporate Communication in December 2015. Since then, Christy has been exploring her career options, but she has landed in her perfect fit, a Marketing Associate for Yelp Reservations & Yelp Nowait in San Francisco, California. Christy was able to

My internship with Leilani Weddings

December 12, 2017 by | Students

This past semester, I was fortune enough to call myself an intern at Leilani Weddings. Leilani Weddings is a small wedding and special events planning company based out of Newport Beach. Since Leilani Weddings is a small business, I worked directly with the CEO, Danielle Leilani. The way the company is structured is Danielle is

My Sales Internship at SBR SPORTS

December 12, 2017 by | Student Guest Blogger

For the past few months, I have been lucky enough to be a sales intern at an athletic care company called SBR SPORTS. SBR SPORTS creates products for athletes that keep them comfortable, happy, and healthy. Some of their products include TRISWIM, a chlorine removal hair and body care line; and SKIN SLICK, an anti-chafe

Why I Became a Communication Major

December 12, 2017 by | Student Guest Blogger

When I first entered college, I was confident about what I wanted to do with my life. I was studying political science with the intent to go to law school following my undergraduate degree. As I began moving in that direction I began to reconsider whether it was the best fit for me and my

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