A new job for the new grad
I’m done with college! Woo hoo!
If you have been following my blog at least somewhat regularly, you know that I spent the past six months working at Intel as a PR coordinator. I was so incredibly fortunate to have the opportunity to work with such a talented and intelligent group of individuals whom I learned so much from. I’d like to give a special thanks to my amazing managers Suzy and Kari, and the rest of the Oregon team. Not only are they a wonderful group of mentors, but they are my friends, and I feel so fortunate to have met each and every one of them.
However, I’m extremely excited to finally announce my new position as Consumer Web Marketing Specialist for Inspiration Software, Inc. Although moving on from Intel to another company is bitter sweet, this is the best thing for me right now and I’m really enthuastic about this new position.
For those of you who are unfamiliar with Inspiration Software and its products, here is a quick rundown for you (pulled from the website).
Recognized as the leader in visual thinking and learning, Inspiration® Software, Inc.’s award-winning technology tools are based on proven visual learning methodologies that help students, educators and 21st century business leaders think, learn, brainstorm, analyze and write. The company’s visual learning tools are used by more than 25 million people worldwide and are revolutionizing visual thinking and learning in education. Inspiration®, Kidspiration®, InspireData® and Webspiration Classroom™ inspire students and creative thinkers to develop strong thinking and organizational skills, improve their academic performance and tap the power of visual thinking.
My role, as the Consumer Web Marketing Specialist, taps into my consumer PR, marketing, and product background. My job involves helping to create a (new) consumer product and bridging the gap between the consumer and the company. It’s going to be a lot of work, but it’s also going to be really fun and I’m up for the challenge!
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