A Semester with Sonnhalter

Interning in Public Relations

About the Intern

Hello blogcrawlers, professionals and students!

I’m Anastasia (Ana) Duller a senior PR major at Kent State University and current PR intern at SONNHALTER.

This is me outside of Munich, Germany in front of King Ludwig's castle!

This is me outside of Munich, Germany in front of King Ludwig's Castle

My life as of right now, in no lesser words, is busy! I am finishing up my degree in PR (I graduate in December), volunteering two days a week at Susan G. Komen for the Cure and spending the other three days at my internship here at SONNHALTER.  Weekends are reserved for homework.

My life is busy but I love what I do. I am and have enjoyed every day at my internships. Right now, I am learning valuable lessons and skills that will help me throughout my career and I am still doing what I am passionate about.

I am at an interesting point in my life though. I am on the brink of change from college student to professional. Although, I have been fortunate enough to have a taste of my future career through internships it is still a daunting and a bit overwhelming feeling. I will officially be looked at as an adult!

I have had a good run though as a college student and have experienced some amazing things. I love to travel and took advantage of the study abroad program at Kent State. In the spring of 2008, I lived in Florence, Italy for five months. When I returned I went to Dallas, Texas for an internship at Susan G. Komen for the Cure Headquarters in the communications department. I have decided to continue with that work by volunteering at the local Komen Affiliate in Cleveland, Ohio. Also, now I am the fall intern at a marketing communications firm, SONNHALTER, in Berea, Ohio.

I have taken this blog up to record my final internship with SONNHALTER and to give some insight on how a young professional gets through the day. I encourage you to stay with me through my weeks here and comment often!

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