WordWrite Provides Real-Life PR Experience To Michigan State Student

Posted by Emma Walter on Tue, Jul 17, 2012

PITTSBURGH (July 17, 2012) —WordWrite Communications’, one of Pittsburgh’s fastest growing public relations and social media firms, has added Chelsea Dowling as its summer intern.

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Dowling, a Michigan State University communications student, will collaborate with two other interns at WordWrite Communications to develop ideas and implement the communications plan for the first Pittsburgh HubSpot User Group event, which will take place in the fall. She will also work closely with the WordWrite team, helping to tell their clients’ great, untold stories.

“We are thrilled to have Chelsea on our team for the summer,” said Paul Furiga, president and CEO of WordWrite Communications. “We have lots of projects that she will be a great asset to. She will bring fresh, innovative ideas to WordWrite and in turn we will help her explore the public relations field and expand her education through experience with real-life PR.”

Dowling previously worked for The Odyssey, a nationwide newspaper in part with Olympia Media Group, as the social media director of MSU’s chapter of the paper.

About WordWrite Communications, LLC

WordWrite Communications, LLC helps its clients share their great, untold stories with everyone who needs to see, hear and experience them. WordWrite specializes in crisis, employee, executive, news media and social media communications with particular expertise in health care, manufacturing and technology. WordWrite clients range from start-ups to Fortune 1000 and global firms. WordWrite clients share a fundamental belief in the value of two-communications and authentic stories told by fluent storytellers. Among WordWrite’s clients are: Buck Consultants, Kennametal Inc., Koppers Inc., Light of Life Rescue Mission, Pfizer Inc., Redstone Highlands and the West Penn Allegheny Health System. For more information on WordWrite, visit www.wordwritepr.com, www.facebook.com/wordwritepr, or www.twitter.com/wordwritepr.




Topics: WordWrite Communications, public relations

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