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Junior Internship Experiences

  Below you will find a brief description of the experiences and accomplishments that each member of Montague & Associates - Center City obtained and achieved during their Junior Internships. We hope that the underclass community of STHM finds these descriptions useful during their internship selections process. Also, other members of the industry can get a look into the types of projects and tasks that organizations are trusting STHM students with.

Richard Burke

Position/Department:  Programming Intern, IBC Student Recreation Center

Reported to:  Anne Wilkinson, Assistant Director, Campus Recreation
Duties:  My primary responsibilities at the recreation center were to assist full-time staff in the creation, implementation, execution and evaluation of special events held at the facility as well as completing day to day management projects including student staff hirings and evaluations. I was also in charge of the creation of a monthly newsletter that informed patrons of events occuring in the building. 

Accomplishments/Projects:  Successfully created and coordinated our annual Student Staff Cohesion Event that included budgetary work, dining services and multiple team building activities for the over 70 student staff workers.

Kumiko Fukuda

Organization:  Park Hyatt Tokyo

Position/Department:  F&B (Restaurant 'Kozue')

Reported to:  Asano Kato, Assistant Manager of Kozue

Duties:  I served customers as a waitress at the Japanese restaurant in Park Hyatt Tokyo wearing Kimono. My responsibility included preparing utensils and tools, bussing tables and cleaning floor between lunch and dinner time. 

Melvin Hill

Organization:  Philadelphia Soul

Position/Department:  Game Day Operations Intern

Reported to:  Steve Shultz, Director of Operations

Duties:  My duties revolved around the planning and production of the Soul's home games. Specifically this included planning the on field contests during the game, organizing the props for the games, and the event day management of the game. Any additional responsibilities were given to me on game day by my supervisor, the director of game day operations.

Accomplishments/Projects:  Though I wasn't a contributing factor in the Soul actually winning the Arena Bowl it was great to be part of the organization during that time. 

Erin Hoover

Organization: Radisson Penn Harris Hotel and Convention Center

Position/Department:  Sales and Catering Department

Reported to:  Sandy Sipe, Director of Sales and Catering

Duties: As a Sales Intern I maintained several mailing lists databases for the Director of Sales/ Catering, aided the sales and catering staff with various events and tasks, compiled information packets and mailings for area vendors and sponsors and met and greeted prospective clients.

Greg Huff

Organization:  Temple Athletics

Position/Department:  Media Relations Department

Reported to:  Larry Dougherty, Associate AD/Director of Media Relations

Duties:  My primary responsibility was to be the men's and women's tennis office contact and liason between the Atlantic 10 Conference and all opponents.  As the office contact for these sports I was responsible for creating all match programs and managing all website content for these teams.  I also wrote all biographies and some of the outlook and history sections for the men's and women's crew media guides.  At times I was called upon to do statistical research for assorted sports.

Accomplishments/Projects:  The men's and women's crew media guide that I contributed to won 17th best in the nation as voted on by CoSIDA.

Jason Huff

Organization: Philadelphia Soul

Position: Football Operations / Assistant to the Head Coach

Reported to: Bret Munsey, Head Coach


Accomplishments: Won the 2008 Arenabowl with the Soul.

Christian Jun

Organization: Philadelphia Eagles

Position/Department: Ticket Operations Intern

Reported to: Andre Morales, Financial Coordinator Ticket Office

Duties: Handled all incoming calls about general inquires; waiting list, temple football, season tickets, schedule, ticket issues etc... Other duties included, making copies of transfer forms, verification of transfer forms, processing payments, creating backup financial batches, trained incoming interns.  

Accomplishments/Projects: Won Rookie of the Year for the most impressive Game Day Staff member. 

Nicholas Manzi

Organization:  Philadelphia University

Position/Department: Departnment of Athletics

Reported to:  Lynn Tubman, Associate Director of Athletics/Senior Woman Administrator

Duties: Assisted in updating NCAA squad list for the 2008-09 season using the NCAA Compliance Assistant Software . Retained records on scholarship allocations along with signed letters of intent for each participating sports. Contributed in the development of the 2008-09 Philadelphia University athletic website including schedules, rosters, and athlete biographies.

Charlie Nobile

Organization:  Philadelphia Soul

Position/Department:  Game Day Operations

Reported to:  Steve Shultz, Director of Operations

Duties:  My responsibilities included assisting with all aspects of game day presentation and production.  During the week, I helped create credentials, brainstormed new song ideas, maintained various databases, and assisted various other departments.  On game day, my primary responsibility was to coordinate the on field promotions during breaks in the game.  I was required to find participants to be a part of our promotional contests.  My job included obtaining signatures, briefing contestants about the contest, escorting the contestants onto the field, and handling all promotional giveaways throughout the game.

Accomplishments/Projects:  Fortunately, our staff was able to witness the Philadelphia Soul's first ever arena bowl, which was an amazing event to be a apart of.

Sam Parry

Organization: Philadelphia Sports Training Center

Position: Sports Marketing/Operations

Reported to: Maine Prince; Owner/President

Duties: I assisted the owner Maine Prince in marketing the company to potential clients.  Attended events that the company sponsored or organized, and represented the company. 

Accomplishments: Helped organize and execute the success of the first annual Passing Football League for high school football teams.  

Roshni Patel

Organization: Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce

Position/Department: Int'l chambers intern

Reported to: Ricardo Maldonado, Associate Director of Int'l Chambers (British American Businness Council & Chilean American Chamber of Commerce)

Duties: Implemented registration strategies for Award Luncheons.  Managed fulfillment of registration packets for special events.  Updated membership directories.  On-site event management.

Accomplishments/Projects: Planned and executed the BABC and CACC Award Luncheons.  Updated the BABC and CACC directories for 2007, these are 75 page networking guides

Amanda Rapp

Organization:  Family YMCA of Easton

Position/Department:  Hospitality Operations Intern

Reported to:  Tammy Korosec, Youth Teen & Family Director and Lori Metz, C.O.O.

Duties:  My responsibilities included program and event planning, marketing and advertising, volunteer recruitment and retention, event execution, and some marketing and human resource responsibilities.

Accomplishments/Projects:  Recruited and organized 175 volunteers for charity event, the most volunteers ever in the history of the event. Developed first ever Youth, Teen & Family Department marketing calendar which lead to more efficiency and better communication between the Marketing and Youth, Teen & family departments.

Jil Rappaport

Organization:  The Hub, LLC

Position/Department:  Meetings and Events Coordinator, MET Team

Reported to:  Adam Rineer, Director of Operations

Duties:  Mainly i was the liason between facility (The Hub) and clients.  I spoke directly with clients to coordinate specific details for their meeting/event and then produced a final product that was exactly as they specified.  During my internship I also assisted in various banquet services ranging from room configuration to kitchen operations.

David Richardson

(Mr. Richardson completed two internships)

Organization:  Philadelphia Department of Recreation, Eastwick facility

Position/Department:  Community/Public Relations intern

Reported to:  Calvin Johnson, facility operator/manager                                                           

Duties:  My duties were to help get children registered for the summer basketball program.  Also i sat on a committee that developed annual stop the violence basketball Day tournament.  While on the committee I particpated in brainstorming sessions on ideas ranging program design, to participating acts for the tournament. I also distributed petitions, served as a statistician and score keeper.

Accomplishments/Projects:  Successfully co-managed stop the Violence tournament bringing together teams from across the nation to participate in an event with a great cause.


Organization:  ComcastSpectacor/Philadelphia Seventy-Sixers

Position/Department:  MarketingDepartment

Reported to:  Shana Booker, Manager of Marketing

Duties:  While interning for the Seventy-Sixers, I was responsible for researching different in game pre game and post game activites of all National Basketball assoication teams.  Also being apart of the Marketing department, I learned that their duties are encompassing to other departments as I shared in activities for public relations, community relations, and promotions.

Accomplishments/Projects:  Developed various promotional programs leading to themes that may utilized this year.

Kendra Rodwell

Organization: Velocity Sport Performance

Position/Department: Performance Coach

Reported to: Justin Dominick, Sport Performance Director

Duties: My responsibilities included: assisting the full-time performance coaches in classes, observe athletes running techniques, assisted with administrative duties, and gave new patrons tours of the facility.

Accomplishments/Projects: I assisted the operational manager with the maintenance of the website and marketing materials.

Philip Smith

Organization: Athur Ashe Youth Tennis Center

Position: Operations Intern

Reported to: Jared Chapman, Manager of Operations


Kerry Sundell

Organization: Joanne's Flower Barn

Position: Event Planner/Consultant

Reported to: Joanne Fedele, CEO

Duties:  My duties were to simply "shadow" Joanne as she sat-in consultations with brides to grasp a better understanding of the questions that were asked from meeting to meeting, see how Joanne would handle the Bride's questions, review and type the completion of all consultations and make phone calls to schedule additional appointments in obtaining more information to complete the weddings, events, etc. I would attend all events at various locations in the Philadelphia and surrounding areas for on-site set up which provided me the opportunity to see plenty of interesting venues and the chance to make new friends.

Accomplishments: I achieved the completion on all weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, themed birthday parties, etc. I was also offered to stay with company after my internship experience to be an additional consultant who sits in with the brides to furthur discuss and make suggestions on their wedding ideas.

Brenton Swartz

Organization: University of Pennsylvania Department of Recreation and Intercollegiate Athletics

Position/Department: Athletic Operations and Facilities

Reported to: Peggy Kowalski -Associate Director for Athletic Operations

Duties: My Primary responsibility was to assist with day to day operations with facilities and help out with any miscellaneous office work that was needed. I was put in charge of building several budget spreadsheets for services offered at UPenn’s athletic facilities. I also worked on a room and facility rental website project during my time at Penn. I essentially created the material and information needed on all facilities and rooms that Penn Athletics has for rent on their campus. This is currently being turned into a website for public use.

Accomplishments/Projects: Penn Athletics room rental website design project

Ryan Wood

Organization: Philadelphia Eagles

Department: Ticketing Office

Reported to: Rob Fryer, Special Events Coordinator

Duties: Assist with inner office duties such as answering the phone/emails/faxes. I was in charge of tracking and logging progress of events outside of Eagles football games (Soccer, Carnival, Temple football etc).I was in charge of the creation and mailing of important documents sent to customers. During events, I was Rob's right hand man, assiting him with any duties which he has to get done. This could include ticket running, helping set up or selling tickets at ticket windows.

Accomplishments: Eagles pre-season football, Eagles Carnival, Kenny Chesney Tour, Temple Football, US Woman's Soccer.

Michael Worthy

Organization: Philadelphia Soul

Position: Operations / In-game MC

Reported to: Steve Shultz; Director of Game Operations

Accomplishments: Helped organize and effeciently run home games for the 2008 AFL Champion Philadelphia Soul.  I was also the Master of Ceremony during the final three home games.  

Hannah Yoffa

Organization: Park Hyatt Philadelphia

Position/Department: Human Resources

Reported to: Casey Neuburger, Director of Human Resources

Duties: My main responsibility in HR was to assist in office coordination. I helped with the recruitment and interviewing process, by representing the Park Hyatt at Temple University’s career fair with the Human Resources Manager. I aided in the preliminary interview process by screening possible candidates for different culinary positions. I was responsible for hotel communication, such as the company newsletter and creating flyers.

Accomplishments/Projects: My major project of the semester was to help plan the Manager’s Outing, in which I created a scavenger hunt around Philadelphia’s many attractions helping to create a well informed management team and strong employee relations.