My last week in Europe was absolutely fantastic and I was even able to hang out with some fellow Bearcats!
Topics: study abroad, internship, London, Natalie Ambrozic, Ireland, international marketing
Hey everyone! This is my last week in London and I can barely believe it until I realize how much I have done during my stay. My internship has been amazing and I have been able to learn so much while I’ve been here. Quite a lot has happened since my last post, so I will try to fill you in on the highlights of these past two weeks. First off, my friends and I were able to travel to Paris, which is a city I have always wanted to visit. To my surprise, however, I did not like the city very much and I was glad that we were only there for a weekend. I don’t want to bash Paris too much, but the overall environment did not feel welcoming and they have an awful metro system. In spite of this, I am glad that I went on the trip, and seeing the iconic destinations in this city was still a great experience. My favorite part was climbing 300 steps to the top of Montmartre and seeing the view of the city.
Topics: study abroad, Paris, London, England, Natalie Ambrozic
Hi everyone! I got to see some other areas of England recently when my friend and I went on a bus tour to the Windsor Castle, Stonehenge, and Oxford. This tour was a great way to see all of these places because some of the locations would have been hard to travel to on our own.
Topics: marketing, summer program, study abroad, internship, public relations, London, England, Natalie Ambrozic, international marketing, travel
These first two weeks in London have been an amazing experience! I have been working at my internship as an assistant publicist at Premier and I really like the work so far. My main job is to help the PR department promote the movies that are currently being released onto DVD and Blu-Ray. This includes helping to organize promotional events, emailing media websites asking them to post articles about the movies, and brainstorming for new ideas on how to promote the films. I was really impressed with the big clients that we work with and I am so lucky to have this awesome opportunity.
Topics: marketing, media, internship, public relations, London, England, Natalie Ambrozic, international marketing, travel
So remember how in my last blog I mentioned that applying for a visa is really stressful and difficult? Well, I discovered that the process of waiting for the visa is actually worse.
Topics: marketing, summer program, study abroad, internship, London, Natalie Ambrozic, travel
Topics: marketing, study abroad, London, England, Natalie Ambrozic