Welcome Spring 2019 Interns!

by Schneider Associates | Public Affairs, Higher Ed
February 1, 2019

We want to give a warm welcome to our two amazing spring interns, Nicole and Sydney! Check below to learn how cool these two are.

Nicole Acero

  1. Where do you go to school and what do you study? I go to school at Boston University where I major in Public Relations with a focus in Economics. 
  2. What are you most excited for in your internship at SA? I’ve never worked at an agency before, so it’s exciting to see how an agency runs. I’m looking forward to fine-tuning my marketing and PR skills that I can use in my career. 
  3. What are you binge-watching on Netflix right now? “The Assassination of Gianni Versace” – it’s addicting. 
  4. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? Dubai! I think it’s a very modern city with tons of fun things to do and places to explore. 
  5. Where do you see yourself in five years? I see myself working in marketing and PR for a company I personally support and believe in.

Sydney Collier

  1. Where do you go to school and what do you study? I go to school at Boston University where I’m getting a PR and Psychology dual-degree. 
  2. What are you most excited for in your internship at SA? I’m so excited to learn about agency life and culture because it gives you so much experience so quickly.
  3. What are you binge-watching on Netflix right now? I’ve been binge-watching “The Ted Bundy Files.”
  4. If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go? Definitely Greece.
  5. Where do you see yourself in five years? I want to do PR for a non-profit that has a major impact on society and the environment.

Thanks, Nicole and Sydney for sitting down with us. Keep up the great work!

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