Rachel Heiss ’13 and Marissa Osowsky ’14 were recipients of the 2012 The Advertising Women of New York (AWNY) scholarship. Heiss and Osowosky are both Integrated Marketing Communications majors, and are interested in pursuing a career in the advertising industry.
Heiss is an Advertising Week contributor and has interned at many companies including G2 Worldwide in New York City as a branding and design account intern, and at CBS Radio (105.9 Fresh FM) in Chicago as marketing and promotions intern. She is also the President of the Senior Class.
Osowsky is an active member of the American Advertising Federation student chapter, serving as president and project manager. She was awarded an internship at McGarrah Jessee in Austin, TX through the AAF Vance Stickle Program. Osowsky is also a member of the Lambda Pi Eta Communications Honor Society.
IMC major and Italian minor, Silvia Magana, ‘13, has been named president of Ithaca College’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) for academic year, 2012-2013.
In her role as president of the Public Relations Student Society of America, Silvia organizes networking events with PR professionals and students, as well as an annual charity basketball tournament...
Colleen Wormsley '13, an IMC major, was awarded the Lee Epstein Scholarship by the Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF). Colleen has interned at DoSomething.org, which is the largest nonprofit for teenagers and social change, based in New York City. She also attended Ithaca College's Los Angeles program and interned at GOOD Magazine, focusing on social good stories and innovation,...
IMC major Claudia Fanelli ’13 received a Direct Marketing Educational Foundation (DMEF) Scholarship for $2,000.
Claudia has a strong interest in the creative side of marketing/advertising and enjoys graphic design. This summer, she interned in New York City at CID Entertainment, which plans and puts on VIP programs at many music festivals throughout the country. While serving as...
Colleen Wormsley '13 uses Twitter in the same way many others do: checking on friends, following celebrity gossip, and reading about personal interests. Colleen is interested in nonprofit marketing, and has various tweets sent to her Twitter page, including tweets from the organization Baking for Good. This group is an online bakery that donates 15 percent of its sales to the charity...