Welcoming Our Summer 2019 Interns!
We’re excited to announce that we’re welcoming five new interns this semester from various schools and creative backgrounds! The interns will collaborate on day-to-day operations, work in tandem with our Coal Creative team to create content for clients, and ultimately learn new practical applications for the skills they’re acquiring through their respective areas of study.
In no particular order, we’d like to extend a warm welcome to Coal Creative’s Summer 2019 Interns:
Samantha Amato is going to be a senior at Slippery Rock University in the fall as a Digital Media Production major with a minor in Film Studies. She is an alumnus from both Wyoming Valley West High School and Luzerne County Community College. She is extremely excited to work with the Video Production team at Coal Creative because of all the hands on, real life experience she will be getting. Her goal in life is to be a movie director, and hopes that this internship will guide her closer to her dream.
Juliana Buonsante is from Exeter, Pennsylvania and she is entering her senior year at Ave Maria University in Naples, Florida. She is a Communications Major, so interning at Coal Creative is the perfect opportunity for her to gain experience in business development and branding. She is very excited to be a part of a fun, creative, and inviting team that will push her to reach her goals. She is especially looking forward to learning about video production, web development, and social media while shadowing industry professionals. She hopes to learn a lot and have a great summer at Coal Creative!
Gregory Navestad is an upcoming senior of Wilkes University. Pursuing a Bachelors of Business Administration with a concentration in Marketing and a minor in Aerospace Studies. Originating from Dallas, PA and a Luzerne County Community College Alumni, Greg is incredibly excited to work with the Coal Creative Team. He is hoping to learn new ways to enhance his graphic design skills as well as learn new digital marketing techniques that will aid him in his future goal of becoming a Public Affairs Officer for the United States Air Force.
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