In my last semester of my college career, I got the honor of interning for my favorite non-profit organization, The National Foundation for Autism Research in San Diego, also known as, NFAR. This foundation is very dear to my heart because my younger brother, Julian, was diagnosed with Autism when was just 2 years old.
Over the past few months, I have had the amazing experience of interning at The Taco Bell Corporate office in Irvine as an Intern for the Taco Bell Foundation. The Taco Bell Foundation, or TBF, is Taco Bell’s 501c3 non-profit sector of the company. TBF’s mission is to invest in America’s youth, ages 14-24, and
My name is Gina Pasquinelli and I am a Senior Strategic and Corporate Communication major here at Chapman. This is my last semester, and while I am currently in denial that I am graduating in May, I decided to finish out my college career with an internship that challenged me and allowed me to explore
Hi, my name is Katarina Trifunovic and welcome to Kat’s Korner! I currently am a Sophomore with a Communication Studies Major and The Modern Experience Cluster, but I’m still trying to figure out what I want to be when I graduate. Last Fall, I was reading a regular email from Dean Price and came across
Hi everyone! My name is Lauren McClendon and I am a senior Strategic and Corporate Communication major here at Chapman. When I first came to Chapman, I was an undeclared and confused little freshman that had no idea of what I wanted to do with my life. I was choosing between majoring in Business Administration
Hi, everyone. My name is Reagan Stewart Hime. I grew up in Sacramento, CA, more specifically, a little rural town called Loomis, and found myself fortunate enough to be raised by two fantastic parents. My mother tended to work from home for much of my life and as a kid, I never quite understood what
For my 2018 Interterm, I was given the opportunity to intern at BStreetShoes, a company that hand paints and designs custom shoes for customers around the world including celebrities and professional athletes. My mentor during my internship was the founder and owner of the company, Blake Barash. While my duties there included content creation, managing
Scrolling through my Facebook feed, a post caught my eye. As a senior Strategic and Corporate Communication student, I had kept my eyes open for a fall internship opportunity when I came across a seemingly perfect fit via one of Chapman’s affiliated pages: Marketing Intern for REAL Prevention. I read the description and immediately applied.
When I set out to search for internship opportunities this past summer, I was unsure of what I wanted to pursue. I knew I wanted to find an internship in a field where I could utilize my creative skills and the skills I have attained while studying communication. I have always been passionate about writing,
This past fall semester, I had the opportunity to land an internship at a nonprofit health clinic in Panorama City called the Center for Family Health and Education (CFHAE). For my role, I worked primarily in the Marketing and Communications Department, right under the company’s Marketing Director, Norma Hernandez. Being able to work directly with