Presidential Style Magazine Online has Joined Forces with UNCW

May 11, 2016

Kiffany Fennell CEO of Presidential Style met with UNCW University of North Carolina Wilmington Career Center on Monday May 9, 2016 to go over internship and found out that they are in need of each other and agreed to partner up to create and amazing internship that the students on campus can and will grow with.

The UNCW Career Center is a comprehensive career counseling and resource center dedicated to empowering students and alumni as active participants in their own career development. Our goal in the Career Center is to meet the needs of UNCW students, alumni, faculty, staff, and parents. Through the journey of learning, career exploration, and applied learning opportunities students are motivated to expand their knowledge of themselves and the world of working a dynamic global community.




Presidential Style Magazine Online Headquartered in Wilmington, North Carolina, Presidential Style is a sophisticatedly witty lifestyle publication for the on-the-go people who enjoys guilty pleasures like reality TV as much as rallying against injustices within her community. Presidential Style is an online magazine that highlights popular stories in the world of fashion, beauty, lifestyle and entertainment locally and around the globe. Our publication highlights Presidential movers, shakers and tastemakers making a difference and impacting his or her community, as well as the lives of family, friends and fans.




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The Certified Internship Program serves to provide students with a framework to enhance knowledge and experience learned in the classroom through their paid or unpaid internship experiences. It is open to students in all majors and all departments, currently enrolled at UNCW, who meet the eligibility requirements.

The CIP will not attempt to replace credit-bearing (or “for-credit”) internships. Rather, the program targets any and all UNCW students who are seeking or have secured an internship position corresponding to an academic term* (fall, spring, summer) but are not eligible (or choose not) to receive academic credit, either because they have already fulfilled their curriculum requirement relating to this experience, or for any other reason that the internship cannot or does not satisfy an academic course requirement through University Studies or an academic department.




We are currently seeking internship in the following areas of studies :


    • Business Administration
    • Communication Studies
    • Communications/MediaCommunications/Media – JournalismCommunications/Media – Publishing/Print Media
    • Entrepreneurship and Business Development
    • Film Studies
    • Finance
    • Human Resource Management
    • International Business
    • Management and Leadership
    • Marketing- Marketing Strategy
    • Marketing-Professional Selling


Special Thanks to Rebecca Christiansen

Associate Director for Employer Development Career Center

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