This summer has come to an end, at least for our summer interns and temps. Seriously, one of the best bunch of kids we’ve had and I couldn’t be happier about that. Many came from schools across the country to spend a couple months in the city to get a taste of New York life. I hope they had a ton of fun and of course learned things along the way. Thanks for all your help this summer!
Read a few words below directly from them on what they enjoyed most.
“I was able to shoot and edit an entire online video project directly with Bobbi. It was such a great experience to work closely with her and eventually, present her with the finished project before I left.” Lexie Redd, Creative, Savannah College of Art and Design ’15
“Spending a summer in NYC gave me the opportunity to understand how to be a true New Yorker. I learned so much about an industry I knew little about, I met some really great people, and most of all I had a ton of fun.” Camden Robertson, Public Relations, DePaul University ’14
“I loved seeing all the collaborating that goes on within the company — especially in the creative department. I’m going to miss the other interns but happy for all the hours we shared.” Daniel Berti, Visual Merchandising, Savannah College of Art and Design ’14
“My favorite part about the summer was our weekly intern breakfast. It gave us an opportunity to meet people we didn’t work directly with and learn about what their positions were at the company.” Maya Bulkeley-Krane, International Public Relations, University of Chicago ’15
“I had such an amazing time this summer working for Bobbi. The experiences that I had will be memories forever! I wouldn’t have imagined a better summer after freshman year.” Nadia Morehead, Cornell University ’16
“My favorite part about my experience was the food. No, just kidding. It was experiencing a corporate environment replete with pretty powerful women and men on the edge of creative and innovative breakthroughs in the industry. Also, the culture is incredible.” Jacob Simonson, Global Marketing, Willamette University ’14