Check out three different internships Susan G. Komen is offering for spring of 2019: Community Health Intern Fund Development Intern Marketing & Events Intern Apply now as the deadline is approaching. While the positions are unpaid, they are a great opportunity to supplement your CCPA classroom experience with a national non-profit. Interested students should email their resumes to Crystal Clayton at [email protected] by Monday, October 15.
Corporate Overview: For over 110 years, Neiman Marcus Group (NMG) has served the unique needs of our discerning customers by staying true to the principles of our founders: to be the premier omni-channel retailer of luxury and fashion merchandise dedicated to providing superior service and a distinctive shopping experience in our stores and on our websites. NMG is comprised of the Specialty Retail Stores division, which includes Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman, and Neiman Marcus Last Call, and our international brand, mytheresa.com. Our portfolio of brands offers the finest luxury and fashion apparel, accessories, jewelry, beauty, and home décor. NMG operates 42 Neiman Marcus full-line stores in the most affluent markets across the United States, including U.S. gateway cities that draw an international clientele. In addition, we operate two Bergdorf Goodman stores in landmark locations on Fifth Avenue in New York City. We also operate 26 Neiman Marcus Last Call off-price stores that cater to a value-oriented yet fashion-minded customer. Our upscale e-commerce and direct-to-consumer division includes NeimanMarcus.com, BergdorfGoodman.com, Horchow.com, LastCall.com, and myTheresa.com. Every day each of our nearly 14,000 NMG corporate and store associates work towards the goal of enabling our customers to shop any of our brands “anytime, anywhere, and on any device.” Whether the merchandise we sell, the customer service we offer, or our investments in technology, everything we do is to enhance the customer experience across all channels and brands.
by Dr. Sandra Duhe Welcome back to SMU and CCPA. We missed you. I hope you had a spectacular summer, full of fun, enjoyment and learning. We have an exciting year ahead.
” order_by=”sortorder” order_direction=”ASC” returns=”included” maximum_entity_count=”500″] On Tuesday, April 17, the Meadows Museum hosted the SMU Corporate Communication and Public Affairs (CCPA) division’s annual senior awards ceremony and, for the first time, official induction of new CCPA majors. This auspicious night serves as an opportunity for the CCPA faculty to recognize the graduating seniors who have become CCPA stars and made an impact on the Division. These students excelled during their work in classes, mustangconsulting, PRSSA, debate team, and earned a spot in the honors society, Kappa Tau Alpha, among many other accomplishments. The CCPA Stars come out to shine. CCPA faculty bid farewell to seniors and welcomed new majors, a fresh batch of students eager to begin their journey through the halls of Umphrey Lee. Founders of the new CCPA Young Alumni Advisory Board were present to lend their support to new majors and soon-to-be grads alike.
The Class of 2018 spends most of its final semester scouring the country for jobs and internships. But on Feb. 28, the Spring 2018 Communication Career Fair brought the search to the ballroom of the Hughes-Trigg Student Center.