Premiere Creative’s Exceptional Team Of Summer Interns

 In Digital Marketing

At Premiere Creative, we pride ourselves on our year-round internship program. Having recruited outstanding students from schools like Rutgers University, Princeton, Penn State, and NYU, we look for the best of the best. Our interns aren’t bogged down with busy work or office coffee runs. On the contrary, our interns work with our clients to write outstanding blogs, gain an understanding of search engine optimization (SEO), build landing pages for WordPress websites, produce engaging social media posts on Instagram and Facebook, and so much more.

We give our summer interns critical assignments to complete on behalf of our clients, which gives them invaluable knowledge they’ll need once they enter the workforce. To show our appreciation for their hard work and dedication, we’re highlighting each of our amazing summer interns.

Sarah Domingo

Sarah just graduated from Seton Hall University where she double majored in Marketing and Philosophy. Sarah made her career goals clear from Day 1 when she expressed a strong desire to land a job at a major NYC advertising agency as an SEO analyst. After witnessing her dedication and can-do attitude, this definitely sounds like a perfect fit for Sarah. She crafts exciting and compelling blogs for many of our clients including Suzy Shier, Shading Systems, and Knowles Hospitality. Sarah even contributes her thoughts and ideas to Premiere Creative’s blog.

This summer internship helped Sarah improve her writing chops and get a leg up in the marketing industry. Sarah enjoys interning at Premiere Creative because she feels her writing helps small businesses make a big statement on the web (it also helps that her favorite Sushi spot is right down the street from the office). Sarah wants future interns to understand that writing well is a crucial part of the business world, and Premiere Creative will help sharpen these skills.

Lizzie Win

Get ready for Intern Lizzie, another Seton Hall Pirate! This ambitious college gal loves to learn. After all, she’s pursuing a double major in Marketing & IT, with a minor in Fine and Digital Arts. Along with her amazing academics, Lizzie is also a passionate golfer and has played in two professional golf events in her career, so she definitely knows how to handle pressure. With a background like that, the Premiere Creative team immediately knew we needed Lizzie onboard.

At her summer internship, Lizzie focuses on creating engaging content for The Manor account – a large 5-star, Michelin-rated fine dining establishment & wedding venue – for which she cranks out amazing pieces. Lizzie’s posts are must-reads for anyone planning a wedding in northern New Jersey. Lizzie’s time at Premiere Creative provided her with the experience necessary skills to achieve her goals and conquer the marketing industry! During her internship, Lizzie learned how to use many different tools and software such as WordPress, Google Analytics, and Dovetale. She developed time-management and research skills that will serve her well in any work positions she pursues. Lizzie wants future interns to never be afraid to ask questions because that’s how you eventually create an unbeatable skill set that will attract plenty of job recruiters.

Amanda Pechock

Lizzie isn’t the only golfer on our team of interns. Amanda, one of our fashion interns, is also an avid golfer and tennis player, having played competitively since she was 5-years-old. That level of persistence is exactly what landed her a spot at NYU’s Stern School of Business, where she studies marketing with some of America’s greatest minds in the business. While she’s still deciding if she wants to pursue her MBA, Amanda knows she wants a career in marketing. As an intern, Amanda wrote many blogs for our fashion clients like Suzy Shier, Urban Planet, Fashion Style Guru and Leading Fashion Influencers. She does an excellent job writing targeted pieces that drive thousands of consumers to our clients’ online stores.

Through this internship, Amanda gained hands-on experience and bolstered her knowledge about influencer marketing campaigns. She even learned new software like Hootsuite and Dovetale, which are critical for running social media campaigns and identifying potential partners. She continues to exceed our expectations, and we’re grateful to have someone like Amanda interning for us! For any future intern, Amanda wants you to know that it’s important to stay on top of your tasks, and you’ll gain so much useful experience here.

Zoe Nolz

Zoe is another one of our bright fashion interns. After completing her first internship at Femmebot Clothing when she was only 16, Zoe walked into Premiere’s office ready to get her hands dirty and learn from the best. We couldn’t be more grateful because Zoe is always among the first to arrive at the office and the last to leave. She attends Montclair State University where she studies both Fashion and Marketing, making her a perfect fit for Premiere Creative. During her time here, she has written an incredible amount of blogs and articles for Suzy Shier, Urban Planet, Fashion Style Guru, and Leading Fashion Influencers. Zoe wants to be a writer for a fashion or beauty magazine, and she’s showed us that she definitely has what it takes. Zoe enjoys her time at Premiere Creative because it helped her become a better writer and taught her the ins-and-outs of working with social media. Zoe wants the future interns to know that there is no need to be shy. Ask for help if you need it and make friends while you’re here. You get real assignments, so come in with a desire to work and an open mind.

Brooke Morella

Our fabulous fashion intern, Brooke, is a Penn State Lion majoring in Advertising and Public Relations. Brooke wants to wind up in the fashion industry, and Premiere Creative wants to give her a leg up on any competition. Brooke has written awesome blogs for our four fashion clients. She uses her knowledge of the fashion world to promote the brands’ images. She does a great job managing her time while producing sensational copy every day. Like many of our interns, Brooke wants future interns to know that they shouldn’t be afraid to ask questions. After all, it’s the best way to learn. She knows the writing and editing experience she gains here will help her in all of her future endeavors.

Cassidy O’Lear

Last but certainly not least, is our fashion intern, Cassidy. This UConn Husky is a Communications major with minors in English and Women’s Gender and Sexual Studies. She hopes to put her passion for writing to good use in the future, ideally working for a magazine in NYC. Having contributed countless blog articles to Suzy Shier, Leading Fashion Influencers, Urban Planet, and Fashion Style Guru, we believe she’ll have no trouble landing a position at a fashion & lifestyle magazine. Cassidy’s writing continues to improve each day, and it’s always a treat to read her material. Since interning with the Premiere Creative team, Cassidy improved her ability to meet deadlines and take constructive criticism. She also broadened her knowledge about digital marketing and gained great hands-on experience she can use at her next position.

How You Can Apply To Premiere Creative’s Internship Program

Premiere Creative has so much to offer for students interested in digital marketing, social media, SEO, and so much more. If you want a hands-on learning opportunity with real-world assignments, you need to reach out to Premiere Creative. You can apply online at our website, on Indeed.com, Internships.com, and Velvetjobs.com. We look forward to receiving your application!

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