What I Learned as a Event Management Intern
Updated: Oct 29, 2020
Hi, future interns! I’m Tai, studying Event Management at the Rosen College of Hospitality Management. I’m not only a Rosen College student, but also an international student from Japan. I completed an internship with Pivot Business Consulting as an Event & Hospitality intern in the Spring 2018 semester. I worked with Isabella and her client, StarterStudio in downtown Orlando, Florida. I’ve learned various things about the field of Event and Hospitality through Intern Pursuit. One of the wonderful experiences I had through the Intern Pursuit program was to assist Isabella in coordinating an event, TEDxOrlando Education Salon. While I was assisting Isabella, she taught me how to contact panelists and sponsors, make a contact list and check sheets, write a welcome letter and thank you letter. Also, I had the great opportunity to work with Cris, Event Manager from Blue Liger Consulting. She showed me how to organize and manage the event professionally. While I was working in the StarterStudio office, I had the opportunity to provide several office tours to guests and students. It was a valuable experience for me to communicate effectively and make a new connection with many people. I'm deeply grateful to Isabella for providing me the Intern Pursuit program. I would HIGHLY recommend college students, especially international students to do their internship at Pivot Business Consulting.
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