By Alexandra Salerno, Tuesday, May 22, 2012, at 4:25 pm.
I’ve never worked in a city before, much less lived in one. Although I only started interning at @erwwpr a week ago, I really feel a part of the company and the city. Being able to work on One Young World (OYW) promotion with Shay, Cassie and Anne (the other interns and my newest friends in the city!) is more than a dream. I could make an endless list of the things I’ve discovered after only five days of interning, but I’ll keep it short:
The One Young House posts on our blog document the experiences of four students participating in a unique and immersive internship with @erwwpr in Pittsburgh. Our main project is promoting the One Young World summit, a pro bono initiative of @erwwpr and Havas that’s coming to Pittsburgh in October. We will be sharing our experiences with traditional and social media relations, grassroots events and community presentations while living together as a team, operating out of One Young House.
[photo: Cassie Lenski]
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