We're currently planning the PRSA 2014 International Conference. If you're interested in learning more about the quality insight presented, check out the 2013 Conference program information below.

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Collaborating to Make an Internship Mutually Beneficial

Professional Development Workshop Set 7

Tuesday, Oct. 29, 12:30–1:45 p.m.

Room: Franklin 3 (Hotel Floor 4)

Track: Leadership & Management

Your Session ROI

Interns bring energy while organizations provide valuable experience. A panel representing the corporate, agency and educational side — Alisa Agozzino, Ph.D., assistant professor, public relations, Ohio Northern University; Jaimee Lumm, director within the Catalyst Community, GolinHarris Chicago‘s Healthcare Practice; and Bruce Hammond, director, marketing and communications, National Sporting Goods Association — will emphasize how to design internship programs to complement and enhance academic studies while reaping the benefits of new energy, fresh thinking, and in some cases, great new hires.

Session Materials

Final Presentation

(Available to registered attendees only. Register now!)

Presenters

Alisa Agozzino, Ph.D., assistant professor of public relations, Ohio Northern University

Photo of Alisa Agozzino, Ph.D. Agozzino serves as editor-in-chief for the Public Relations Society of America (PRSA) Educator’s Academy newsletter and also is the co-chair of the Central Ohio PRSA public relations committee.


Jaimee Lumm, account director, GolinHarris

Photo of Jaimee Lumm Lumm supports communications for the agency’s roster of pharmaceutical companies, focusing on strategic planning, client counsel, business development and account management.


Bruce Hammond, director, marketing and communications, National Sporting Goods Associatoin

Photo of Bruce Hammond In his more than 10 years of professional experience, Hammond has effectively directed and managed communication, marketing, constituent relations and stewardship initiatives in non-profit and higher education settings.