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Editor's Note: Yesterday, we introduced you to ReadyTalk's summer interns, here's one more intern. Maddie is ReadyTalk’s new marketing intern and will be working here for the next three weeks.  This is her first exposure to the working world, and is very happy to have this opportunity.  Maddie is going into her sophomore year of high school and is very excited to see what marketing is all about and gain some experience while working at ReadyTalk as well.  Outside of work, Maddie loves to dance, hike, and spend time with her family.  She will return to school in a couple of weeks, and is excited to see where her strengths and interests will take her in the future.  

I started working at ReadyTalk only this past week, and I have already been exposed to a myriad of different things.  During the day, I was not confined to my computer, and in fact spent most of my time preparing gift bags and helping with ReadyTalk’s Open House, where customers and neighbors in the area came to see the new building.  Helping with the open house extended from assembling gift bags filled with great ReadyTalk party favors to collecting the tablecloths and ReadyTalk M&M’s after the party.  However, my work over the past few days has not been completely devoted to housekeeping.  I learned how to edit emails in Eloqua and promote webinars through social media sites.  My work over the past couple days has been varied to say the least, but it is safe to say that I have learned a lot.

Not only have I been exposed to different projects and jobs recently, but I met many of the people who work here, at ReadyTalk.  Everyone’s personality is wonderful, and the people here are so friendly and welcoming.  Every person is happy to help you, or simply smile and ask how your day was.  I know I have only been here a couple of days, but working as an intern at ReadyTalk has already taught me a lot and been a wonderful experience overall.

 


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