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Ana Maharjan

Four Departments, One Intern: My Experiences in a Rotational Internship

My internship consisted of an eight-week rotational program consulting for the Community Development, Operations, IT and Business Development departments. I would begin each program with a briefing of tasks followed by an assignment of my “project leads” who essentially served as my supervisors for the project. At the conclusion of every two-week rotation, I presented…

Time Management : Working on Projects

It can be difficult balancing your time while you have an internship. Summer is out and you want to have fun while you are gaining experience. Here are some of the tips that I have accumulated after one month into my internship while working on projects: Plan, plan, plan! Have a plan and stick to…

What kind of work does an Intern do?

While applying for internships, I always wondered what kind of work does an intern actually do, and does it really match the job description that is included in the offer letter. Once I got my offer letter from Saucey, it also included a job description with the tasks I would be completing. These tasks and…

How to Succeed in an Ad Agency

Hi Everyone, This may be one of my last posts, but I may have a few more posts left in the tank–who knows? Because of this being one of my last posts as a guest blogger for CCD, I thought it was appropriate to end with a pretty long post that reflects on what I…

The Crazy8 Chronicles — The Best Group I've Ever Been In

All internship long, I’ve been working on a final project for the agency with three other interns. We’ve been working on developing big ideas for new business pitches for a couple of big time multinational companies. First off, it’s a phenomenal project topic. Working on new business pitches is about as “agency” as it gets.…