From a young age, I have been a strong believer in the power of the written word. I recently graduated from Seton Hill University, where I received a Bachelor of Arts degree in English - Creative Writing. My short stories and poems have been published or are forthcoming in various literary magazines. As a marketing communication intern for Greensburg Community Development Corporation and Seton Hill University's Marketing Department, my professional writing has been published in newsletters and on websites.
As a current creative writing/journalist intern for Aiken House of Pittsburgh, PA, I write blog posts for four clients: Boosted, GoShadow, Innovu, and Wakim, DDS.
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The pieces I wrote that are in this issue are: - "Business Financial Assistance Programs Offered by GCDC" - "Sun Dawg Cafe Awarded City's First Business Soft Cost Grant"
"What is there that's fun to do in Greensburg?" was the topic of conversation between Vandye Nelson and Brian McCollum in the summer of 2016. The two friends met during their time at Seton Hill University, where Vandye majored in business with a focus in human resources and accounting, and Brian majored in computer science.
Katelyn Stebbins felt "a bit apprehensive about sharing personal stories with someone" she had just met. It was fall of 2015 and she was a Seton Hill University freshman participating in the university's brand new partnership with Narrative 4, a global organization that works to build empathy through the exchange of personal narratives.
As someone who loves to travel, I was ecstatic when I learned there would be a trip to Spain through Seton Hill University. A group of twenty-three students and two professors from Seton Hill and one student from Saint Vincent College visited three cities in southern Spain: Seville, Granada and Córdoba.
Gray Hemlock, in the words of Fitzgerald "Fitz" Robertson, is "the online marketplace for the most affordable women's fair trade jewelry in the world." The company sells bracelets, necklaces and earrings, all under $30, with the target market being college students and millennials.