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“Mentoring young people to write better is very rewarding,” notes Practitioner Susan Stern, who this week and last spent one-on-one time with 5th and 6th graders at Omaha’s Friedel Jewish Academy editing speeches and offering suggestions on delivery.
“I have to thank my daughter for recommending that I volunteer my time. It makes her feel good, too, knowing that mom is active in the classroom,” said Stern.
Writing speeches, press releases, articles and website content are skills that Susan Stern is really good at based on 20+ years of copywriting in broadcasting, marketing and PR. Stern intends to share these abilities with young people at almost any opportunity.
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“I am really looking forward to working hands-on with Sonia Schrager teaching her marketing, advertising and public relations. I predict she will gain way more with us – than she would ever have learned at a medium or large-sized agency. Put it this way, Sonia won’t be getting my coffee :-)” emphasizes Stern.
Susan Stern intends to work one-on-one with the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill student. Schrager is ecstatic about her upcoming internship.
“By obtaining an internship in marketing and PR as a freshman, I will get a jump start on deciding my future career path. I want to determine if these are truly areas of interest,” said Sonia Schrager.
Stern PR Marketing™ owner Susan Stern understands the importance of helping others succeed. After all, others helped Stern early in her broadcast career.
Back in 1991, Stern interned at KPTM Fox 42, while working part-time as a reporter/anchor at WOW Radio in Omaha. There, veteran radio broadcaster Joe Nittler was invaluable, helping fine-tune her live skills. They had a lot of fun and the memories they shared will last a lifetime. At the age of 21, Stern was soon off to Virginia Beach, Virginia landing an anchor/producer/reporter job at the Christian Broadcasting Network Radio before heading to D.C. to work at Standard News Radio Network.
“Throughout my early broadcast news career, there were a couple of people who helped me improve. I am thankful to them. Now, it’s time to give back,” said Stern.
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