I am a retired secretary. I worked in Advertising for many years but left the industry when I married and started a family. That was 25 years ago. Since that time I've raised my children as a widowed mother, and become involved in my community. I was a trustee on our local school board for 6 years and have maintained my skills. Looking to supplement my retirement income.
I love to stay moving and motivated always representing whatever company I'm working for at all times I believe in being very loyal and thorough and staying busy and doing your job and there's always room for growth and and expanding no matter if it's there on a personal level to make your job a success as well as promoting and Advertising to Build.
This company was responsible for creating advertisement videos and installing digital boxes in medical facilities. These videos aired these pharmaceutical advertisements on a loop. Occasionally the office managers were unaware their doctor had signed them up to have our service. This particular event I am thinking of is a good example of this, but also the office staff was unaware that some of the ads were for erectile distinction. As a customer service representative, I was able to speak with the Manager and explain the value of our digital boxes. In addition, we specifically addressed any plans for future advertising so as to avoid any concerns in the future.
I’m home from college for the summer, and I really want an internship in advertising. Any advice on finding an internship? Should I apply for them, or just network to find opportunities? I’ve never done this before!