American Heritage dictionary defines an intern as:
a. A student or a recent graduate undergoing supervised practical training.
b. A physician who has recently graduated from medical school and is learning medical practice in a hospital under supervision, prior to beginning a residency program.
At B-M, our interns have been students as well as professionals and while they may be “undergoing supervised practical training”, they too are on the frontlines of work. We provide our interns a chance to learn about the world of public relations but we go the extra mile….we encourage them to share their ideas, attend client meetings and work towards client reporting as we believe interns are not temporary support but instead fulltime representatives of the B-M brand and legacy.
B-M Intern-Speak is actually the birth child of our interns and I am very happy to see our B-M Korea employees openly sharing their experiences with the industry in a manner that is real-time, collaborative and participatory – this is after all what public relations is.
We are hopeful that as our interns share their insights on a regular basis, they will become more engaged with the changes taking place in the communications industry while also connecting with other professionals. Most importantly, we look forward to the creation of a new pool of thought leaders for the Korean PR industry!
Welcome to B-M Intern-Speak!