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September 4, 2014

And just like that, another semester of interns at ChatterBlast has come to an end. This summer we were thrilled to have 8 fantastic additions to our blaster family – all equally talented in their own unique way.  In the limited amount of time we had them, we chained them to the walls put them to work – and if you think the rumors of millennials being lazy is true, it’s NOT (or maybe we just got lucky)! Get the lowdown on who these upcoming-graduates-to-watch are and you’ll get some inside scoop on life at CBM. But we’re not telling you any of our secrets…

 

IzzyName: Izzie Meyer

Age: 22

Twitter: @IzzieKay

Education: Temple University, Advertising (Research Track)

Izzie was a huge asset in the business development department this summer. Fresh out of Temple University, she enjoyed her second semester at ChatterBlast (CBM).

If CBM was sitcom – who would be the main characters (who would play you)? What would be the laughs?

I think it would revolve around Matt and Evan and the laughs would come from them butting heads. I would love if Mindy Kaling played me.

What work are you most proud of here at CBM? 

All the Power Points presentations I created.

If you were on an island, whom from work would you want with you?

Matt, for pure entertainment purposes.

 

KyleName: Kyle Krajewski

Age: 21

Education: West Chester University, English

Kyle was one of our content creators this summer. He is currently going into his senior year at West Chester University, where he’s studying English.

What work are you most proud of here at CBM? 

All of the content I assisted creating. I also wrote a blog post about subtweeting – which was pretty good if I do say so myself.

Describe your internship in three words.

Creative, writers block, calendars.

What’s your favorite social network? Did that change since your internship?

Having this internship made me appreciate Twitter more. I was able to get my thoughts across in 140 characters – which isn’t always easy.

Who was your favorite client or account to work on at CBM?

Silverstein of course!

 

Bill

Name: Bill Wasser

Age: 26

Education: Temple University, Strategic and Organizational Communications

A graduate from Temple University, Bill visits us twice a week from the Philadelphia Parking Authority (PPA).

If CBM was sitcom – who would be the main characters (who would play you)? What would be the laughs? 

Matt and Evan would be the main characters and Ron Livingstien would play me. The laughs would be from Matt yelling out about random stuff he finds on the internet.

What was your most embarrassing moment here?

The first day I started here I forgot the charger to my laptop and it died after two hours.

What was the most important thing you learned here that you didn’t expect to learn?

Even good writers need editors.

What’s next for you in your career/schooling?

I’ll likely be going to grad school in a year for political science or communications.

If you were on an island, whom from work would you want with you?

Erica because she wouldn’t mind listening to Bruce Springsteen.

BrianName: Brian Warner

Age: 21

Education: Temple University, Advertising – Art Direction

Brian spent his days at CBM conducting critical research, building lists and analyzing peer reviews. Going into his senior year at Temple University – we’re happy to announce that Brian will revive his role as a research intern again!

If CBM was sitcom – who would be the main characters (who would play you)? What would be the laughs? 

The show would be about the three account managers. Matthew Perry would play me and the laughs would be odd irreverent humor with a nice mix of highbrow and lowbrow comedy.

What work are you most proud of here at CBM? 

Peer research because you are not just connecting with your friends; you’re analyzing other people.

Describe your internship in three words.

Fast, fast, fast!

If you were on an island, whom from work would you want with you?

Evan, because I feel like he could find a way to get us off the island.

 

StephenName: Stephen Skipp

Twitter: @amandolin0

Age: 21

Education: Temple University, Advertising – Copywriting

Stephen is a talented writer from Temple University who hopes to land a career as a copywriter. This summer he used his writing skills to create disruptive content for each client.

If CBM was sitcom – who would be the main characters (who would play you)? What would be the laughs? 

Matt is a given, and Evan is his foil. Penn Gillette would play me. The laughs would be every time Matt grabs people’s food, definitely highbrow/lowbrow too!

What work are you most proud of here at CBM? 

Rare tweets or posts that come in the middle of a content calendar.

What was the most important thing you learned here that you didn’t expect to learn?

How to research. I was not planning on doing any of that but they needed it, so you do what has to be done.

Who was your favorite client or account to work on at CBM?

Unite Fitness–they were a lot of fun to write for. I had trouble at first, but they have challenged me to write in a disruptive way.

 

TaylorName: Taylor Freisher

Twitter: @tfreisher

Age: 21

Education: Temple University – Advertising – Copywriting

 Another Temple University intern, Taylor joined our team as a content creator. Now that she has finished out her internship with us, she’s leaving the states for Italy! Jealous…

If CBM was a sitcom – who would be the main characters (who would play you)? What would be the laughs? 

The star of the show would be Lou’s dog, Daisy. Aubrey Plaza would play me because she’s perfect and I’m also perfect.

What work are you most proud of here at CBM? 

Surprisingly, my favorite piece I got to work on was a blog post for CBM about the 10 Facebook Posts We’re So Over.

What is your most embarrassing moment?

DAY 2: I eat a salad. Unbeknownst to me, a piece of spinach decided to shack up in between my two front teeth. I vaguely remember (mostly because I’ve tried to suppress this memory) smiling at everyone in the office since it was my second day.

What was the most important thing you learned here that you didn’t expect to learn?

As basic as it is, I learned how to write for social media from a brand’s perspective.

What’s next for you in your career/schooling?

I’m saying ‘Arrivederci’ to the US and heading to Rome for the semester to stuff my face with pizza.

Who was your favorite client or account to work on at CBM?

Reading Terminal Market, I mean, it’s food? Do I really have to spell it out for you?

553941_10151132824324707_45202778_nName: Jordan Schellinkhout

Age: 21

Education: Temple University – Advertising, Art Direction

Heading into her senior year at Temple University, Jordan created some fantastic images all summer long for us. We’re also thrilled to hear she’s joining us again for the fall semester!

What do you think the mascot would be for CBM?

A parrot.

If CBM was sitcom – who would be the main characters (who would play you)? What would be the laughs? 

Matt would be the main character and everything he says would be funny. I would want to be played by Emma Stone.

What work are you most proud of here at CBM? 

I’m proud Top of the Tower window cling of my because people can actually see them.

What is your most embarrassing moment?

The day I interviewed to intern here, I was in the elevator with Lou and I asked if he was an intern. To which I found out, he is not and is the person interviewing me.

What was the most important thing you learned here that you didn’t expect to learn?

Quote from Matt: “Bitches get shit done.

JohnName: John Curlett

Twitter: @JohnCurlettPro

Age: 21

Education: Penn State- Advertising

John is our content creator intern from Penn State. He is an advertising major who would like to one day be a copywriter.

What do you think the mascot would be for CBM?

Spider, because we work on the World Wide Web.

What work are you most proud of here at CBM? 

Anything for Unite Fitness because I able to push my disruptive-ness to new levels.

If you were on an island, whom from work would you want with you?

Brian, because chances are it is his fault we’re on the island.

What is your favorite social network? Did that change since your internship?

Snapchat! It used to be Facebook, but once my relatives joined – I knew it was time to explore other platforms.

 

Interested in interning at ChatterBlast, or know someone? Check out our career page.

 

 

Written by John Curlett – Summer 2014 Intern

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