DNA Creative Communications welcomes Alexis Mood, an intern with the American Advertising Federation (AAF) of Greenville’s Minority High School Internship program. This is the fourth consecutive year that DNA has participated in the program as a host agency. Mood is a graduate of Riverside High School and will be attending the University of South Carolina in the fall of 2011. At USC, Mood plans to major in journalism with a minor in marketing.
The American Advertising Federation of Greenville offers an internship to minority high school students in Greenville County who demonstrate academic excellence. In order to be considered for this opportunity, the student must submit a completed application with teacher recommendations, write a required essay, and participate in a phone interview. The intern is exposed to five different agencies during the first week and chooses one of the five agencies to return to for the entire second week. While visiting the five agencies, the student gains hands-on experience in all aspects of the communications field. This way, the student is able to better understand what kind of career he or she would like to pursue.
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DNA is the leading communications expert in South Carolina for nonprofit and government organizations that enhance quality of life in their communities. We build relationships with key audiences through branding, public relations, event management and online strategies. Our partners are organizations within the education, human services and sustainability sectors.
Founded in 1997, DNA has worked with more than 230 organizations and is the proud recipient of numerous awards from the Association of Marketing & Communication Professionals, the South Carolina Public Relations Society of America and the American Advertising Federation. Annually, DNA offers our Live Here Give Here program and Shine the Light on Your Nonprofit educational series, featuring training and workshops for nonprofit organizations. For more information, call 864.235.0959 x2 or visit www.dnacc.com.