Eisen Opens Fall Internships

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Contact: Rodger Roeser
The Eisen Agency
RRoeser@TheEisenAgency.com
859.291.4302

Top Cincinnati PR Firm Opens Fall Internships
The Eisen Agency To Open Two Spots for Interns as Part of Its NexPhase Program

Cincinnati, OH – July 25, 2011 – Cincinnati’s premier investor and public relations firm, The Eisen Agency, is opening up doors for graduating students seeking a career in public relations and marketing through its NexPhase Internship Program. Interested students may send in their resume, cover letter and three samples of work to Info@TheEisenAgency.com for consideration.

The coveted internship will last through December, 2011 and requires an investment of three days per week. The internship is unpaid, although interns earn valuable experience, portfolio items and work lessons that will assist them in securing a job in the competitive field after graduation. Nearly all of those that have successfully completed the NexPhase program have secured full time employment in the field either with The Eisen Agency or other organizations locally and nationwide.

“The successful completion of an internship is a critical step in the career success of anyone seeking employment in this ultra competitive field,” The Eisen Agency president Rodger Roeser says. “I have found that most graduates without an internship are ill prepared for actual employment, and essentially unable to be hired.” Roeser says that those that complete NexPhase will put themselves at a distinct advantage compared to their peers. They will earn real world, usable expertise and knowledge desired by employers and far beyond what is taught in academia.

He points with pride at several successful public relations and marketing executives that started as interns with his firm.

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