Read Time: 2 minutesWe understand the importance of shaping our youth and preparing them for a future in the workforce. Earlier this summer Vive was excited to announce the arrival of our new Marketing Intern, Emma Nowak. Emma will be a sophomore at University of Wisconsin – La Crosse this fall with a business major.
Being an incoming sophomore in college, I never expected to have an opportunity as great as the one I was offered to join to Vive team for the summer. As nervous as I was to start my internship, I was very determined to try my best and learn all that I could out of this experience.
This internship is a way for me to set the basis of my future career goals and offers an opportunity to get a better grasp on what a marketing job would entail, as I continue my college career with a degree in marketing. I hope to be able to build my personal portfolio and develop a more professional presence. Sitting in on multiple client calls and emailing back and forth with the Vive team, I have begun to understand the type of communication that is expected. The amazing office with an even more amazing view, along with the great team at Vive has made me even more excited to begin this new chapter in my life.
My goal in college is one that I’ve embraced as long as I’ve been in school: to try my best and be proud of my work. I strongly believe that if someone feels confident they have done their best – whether it be for a paper, speech, or even a tryout – you have been successful, no matter the results. Another major goal for me while in college is to narrow down my career options. As of now I have a declared major but there has been very little thought into what I would want to do in marketing. My ideal job as of right now would be to work for a marketing firm in a large city like New York City or Chicago. Although my goals for college are very broad in a sense, they are goals I had set for myself a long time and they’ve always helped me achieve new things.