The United States Money Reserve (USMR) internship program is in its third successful year. Applications are open and being accepted for the 2019 program!
Internships at USMR began February 2016 when Jim Warren (Vice President of Marketing and Communications) hired Mallory Burgess, his intern from a previous firm, to inaugurate a program. At that time, Warren was confident that Burgess was the right person for the job. He he stated, “Mallory is extremely driven, organized, and talented.“
Identifying good talent in Burgess has proven successful for both her and USMR as she has made advancements to her current role as Media Buyer. “It has been wonderful watching her grow in our industry and succeed in the fields of media and marketing,”Warren explains.
So, if this is your first internship experience, Burgess suggests that, “”Any students seeking a rewarding internship that will propel them in their career should look into our internship openings.” In fact, she further indicated, “The experience I’ve gained working alongside Jim and the USMR team has been a crash course in media and marketing and everything in between.”
A good characteristic to look for is the level of prestige it receives.
The U.S. Reserve was founded almost two decades ago. It holds world-wide recognition as one of the largest distributors of foreign government–issued gold, silver, and platinum precious metal products – serving more than 400,000 customers.
Meaningful internship programs include capacity building and the diversification of opportunities. USMR’s training has expanded to include six social media and radio/television/film (RTF) interns in the Austin, Texas offices. Read more: US Money Reserve | BizJournals and US Money Reserve Reviews | Glassdoor
Another first for the company was the implementation of an intern Supervisor opportunity filled by Sierra Taylor. Taylor is a student at the University of Texas at Austin who is pursuing her Bachelor of Science degree in advertising.
A second characteristic to look for among internship programs is its ability to help advance your career goals through professional development. Taylor said, “”The USMR team gives us opportunities to grow professionally, work out problems, and build our confidence.”
From her experience Taylor stated, “What I appreciate the most about the USMR internship program is the respect and responsibility given to interns.. I give weekly social media presentations to the team where I’ve learned to effectively and confidently report on data and understand how analytics can improve our strategies.”
Click on the links below to learn more about US Money Reserve:
Please visit https://www.usmoneyreserve.com/careers for available internship openings with the U.S. Money Reserve. For direct contact, you may also reach out to:
Christol Farris at 512-568-9991 or [email protected] or,
Lacy Jansson at [email protected] or visit www.usmoneyreserve.com.