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  • Tala Odeh 3:38 pm on May 1, 2014 Permalink
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    What Accomplishment Are You Most Proud Of? 

    In my personal opinion, being an intern is harder than being an actual employee. Be it for credit, for pay or simply for a letter of recommendation, impressing your supervisor is essential to feeling you have your job 100%. While at DBC, one particular accomplishment stands out.

  • Anna Sutton 1:54 am on March 6, 2014 Permalink
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    Hi Everyone –   Tomorrow the grassroots organization… 

    Hi Everyone –


    Tomorrow the grassroots organization I intern with, Ready for Hillary, will be launching its Women’s Outreach office with a landmark event called Her Voice, Her Values, Our Movement – A Conversation in our Nation’s Capitol. We will be having two panels: the first on how Hillary has been an agent of change over the course of her career and the second on how women are coming together to form a grassroots network. I have been working on projects for this event since my first day at Ready for Hillary, and I can’t tell you how excited I am to see it all come together.

    I wanted to share some of the work I’ve been doing since starting at Ready for Hillary. This can give all of you prospective interns out there a better idea of what goes into list event planning. Here’s  what I’ve been working on:

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  • Lauren Gentile 10:54 pm on February 3, 2011 Permalink
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    Busy, Busy, Busy… 

    At The Hatcher Group this semester, I will be working on a wide variety of projects and tasks for a number of different clients.

    I will be shooting and editing some video interviews (similar to the work I did at the Washingtonpost.com). I will also be writing blog posts for client websites, pitching stories to the media about our clients, organizing and developing media lists for different projects, designing communications proposals to attract new clients, and attending events and hill briefings for our clients, to name a few.

    Since I started working at the Hatcher Group right after the first of the year, there has never been a dull moment! My days have been packed with activities and tasks that are both challenging yet rewarding. It’s great being busy, though. There is nothing worse than a boring internship where you have very little, if anything to do! I have heard a lot of stories from friends that had internships where they just sat there all day. I am very lucky that this is not one of those internships.

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    • miranda78 9:54 pm on February 9, 2011 Permalink | Log in to Reply

      That is great you are very busy and have a lot of interesting tasks to complete at your internship. I agree, nothing is worst than being bored at an internship!

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