GREENVILLE, S.C. – Jeff Dezen Public Relations (JDPR) has appointed Abby Klass and Katherine Kenney as the company’s Spring 2020 interns in its Executive Management Assistance Program (EMAP). The program, a paid internship lasting 12-15 weeks, offers students the opportunity to learn while working alongside a senior executive and contributing to client work. Interns gain hands-on experience in content creation, detailed research and the formulation of strategic media relations campaigns.
Klass is a senior at Bob Jones University majoring in Journalism and Mass Communication. She previously interned for the Office of United States Senator Tim Scott, and she has interned for several local political campaigns in the Greenville area. While at BJU, Klass works as an event usher and is currently serving the student body as the assistant communications director for the BJU Student Leadership Council.
Kenney is a senior at Clemson University majoring in Communications. Kenney previously worked as the social media and personal relations intern for the Frazier History Museum in Louisville, KY. At Clemson, Kenney works as the Communications Center desk manager, and she volunteers at Personal Best LLC in Goshen, KY, as a Down syndrome child tutor.
JDPR is currently accepting applications for Summer 2020 internships. Interested college or university students studying communications, marketing or English should send resumes to Wendy Huston at email@example.com.
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