Posted by Elena del Valle on March 22, 2005
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Meet our interns from previous years
Vanessa Bravo (2009)
Vanessa Bravo is a public relations practitioner, journalist and editor with 14 years of experience. She worked for newspaper La Nacion, the most important daily in Costa Rica, as a junior journalist (1993-1997), as a senior journalist (1998-2001), as the online editor (2003-2005), and as the managing editor of the features daily magazine (2005-2007). Bravo still writes for La Nacion as a freelancer.
Bravo worked for one year (1997-1998) as the communications director at Paniamor Foundation. She earned her Master of Arts in Mass Communications at the University of Florida, in the Spring of 2003, thanks to a Fulbright scholarship. Bravo earned her Licenciatura degree in Journalism and her bachelor degree in Mass Communications at the Universidad de Costa Rica (UCR). In the Spring of 2005, Bravo was an adjunct professor at UCR. Currently, she is a doctoral student in Mass Communications at the University of Florida.
Gabrielle Sarnese is attending Saint Thomas University in Miami Gardens Florida. A senior working towards a Bachelor’s degree in Communications and a minor in English, she plans to graduate this August. After graduation she plans to continue her education and receive her Master’s degree in Communication Arts at Saint Thomas. When she is graduates she plans to become a journalist or a photographer. She is taking classes in both programs.
She is secretary of the Bobcat Fan Club. In high school she was involved with the yearbook and the newspaper. She has participated in many community service projects on her own and with her high school. Gabrielle has organized many retreats and programs to bring the community closer together.
Sergio Carmona is currently studying Print Journalism and expects to receive his bachelor’s degree from Florida International University later this year. The Miami native earned his associate degree from Miami Dade College in 2004 and begins his journalism career here at Hispanic Marketing and Public Relations. Sergio has written articles for The Catalyst at Miami-Dade College and The Beacon at Florida International University.
Melissa Gonzalez is in the final stages of completing her bachelor’s degree in Journalism at Florida International University. She started as an International Business major but after receiving her associate of arts degree from Berkeley College of Business decided to go in the direction of her real passion, writing. She has since contributed to various websites as a freelance writer.
“College courses will teach you the basics of journalism. When it comes down to the actual written work there is no better experience than that of an internship. Deadlines and format are mentioned in classes but when you actually have an editor waiting for an article it’s completely different.
If you’re lucky enough to have an internship where you aren’t just a gopher it is the best learning experience you can have. At Hispanicmpr.com Elena walks interns through every process, down to the smallest detail. Her patience and experience has helped me tremendously. She has taught me writing tactics that I have not learned in the classroom. The fact that this is a fully internet based internship makes everything so much more convenient. There are no set hours and ample time is given for articles to be done.” Melissa Gonzalez
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