Northeast Maglev Welcomes 2020 Summer Interns

Northeast Maglev Welcomes 2020 Summer Interns

Topics: Internship | Northeast Maglev | People

Northeast Maglev is thrilled to be announcing our second go-around of summer internships!  Last year, we welcomed interns from the University of Maryland Baltimore County, Anne Arundel Community College and The University of Maryland College Park. Throughout the summer they developed social media marketing strategies, coordinated outreach events with local community groups and enhanced our … Continued
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Northeast Maglev Summer Interns Took on Charm City

Topics: Events | Internship

Northeast Maglev was excited to begin a brand new Summer Internship Program in 2019, providing internship opportunities to local college and university students. The 2019 cohort hailed from the University of Maryland College Park, University of Maryland Baltimore County and Anne Arundel Community College.  Our Interns put in a great deal of hard work this … Continued
Photograph of Northeast Maglev 2019 Summer Intern Claudia Pierson at Baltimore's Inner Harbor

My Maglev Moment: Claudia Pierson, Marketing Intern

Topics: Internship

This past summer, I had the opportunity to be a part of a transformational project as a Marketing Intern at Northeast Maglev.  It was my first internship in my college career and certainly not the last. I was able to translate the entire website from English to Spanish. The website is now able to reach … Continued

Photograph of Northeast Maglev 2019 Summer Intern Sam Adebesin at Baltimore's World Trade Center

My Maglev Moment: Samuel Adebesin, Social Media Intern

Topics: Internship

I wasn’t sure how my interview had gone. I had shown up so eager to begin that I barely took in my surroundings. It was only thanks to GPS that I had reached the office in one piece, and I was trying to look cool and collected despite my nerves. The whole interview was a … Continued

Photograph of Northeast Maglev 2019 Summer Intern Lexi Paidas at the B&O Railroad Museum

My Maglev Moment: Alexandra Paidas, Marketing and CRM Intern

Topics: Internship

This summer I had the opportunity to be Northeast Maglev’s first Marketing and Customer Relationship Management (CRM) Intern. Working at Northeast Maglev’s Baltimore headquarters has allowed me to use what I have learned from my marketing classes at the University of Maryland’s Smith Business School and my prior work experience to grow my networking, presentation, … Continued

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UMBC Student Uses Fluency in Spanish to Promote Diversity and Inclusion During Internship with Northeast Maglev

Topics: Internship

We’re excited to introduce another of our 2019 summer marketing interns, UMBC technology student, Claudia Pierson! Claudia is a recent graduate of the Community College of Baltimore County, Catonsville (CCBC), where she holds an Associate degree in Business Administration. Currently, she is pursuing a bachelor’s in Business Technology and Administration from the University of Maryland, … Continued

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University of Maryland Honors Student Eager to be a Part of Transportation History While Interning with Northeast Maglev

Topics: Internship

This week we’re excited to introduce you to our 2019 summer Marketing & CRM (Customer Relationship Management) intern, University of Maryland Honors student Alexandra (Lexi) Paidas. Pursuing a dual degree in Marketing and Information Systems from the Robert H. Smith School of Business at UMD, Alexandra’s academic career has been nothing short of amazing. Some … Continued

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UMBC Honors Student Uses Story Telling Skills to Land Internship with Northeast Maglev

Topics: Internship

The Northeast Maglev would like to take a moment to introduce our Summer 2019 Social Media Intern, UMBC Honors Student, Samuel Adebesin. Samuel is currently pursuing a dual degree in Communications and Psychology at the University of Maryland Baltimore County. He’s been inducted into the UMBC Honors College and the school’s Humanities Scholars Program. Samuel … Continued