opportunity to fulfill that dream.
the community, as well as WWU students, faculty and staff. Students can participate
for enrichment or marketing credit.
business division, said. “New York City is the most exciting city in the world,
and we get to see actual professionals at work…we see working companies.”
years, features marketing seminars on sports, fashion, advertising and
financial marketing. For the last few years, the group has visited Tommy
years,” Forster said.
largest hat shop in the United States) and Van Wagner (an advertising
various internship programs out there and about what is going on in the country
and the world,” Forster said.
said. “It’s a unique experience because it’s a big city and they are companies
that aren’t around here. And you learn about things that you can’t really learn
inside a classroom.”
them was really interesting,” Katherine Wortmann, a senior from Mexico, Mo.,
she talked about business but she also talked about our personal lives and how
we need to travel and see the world,” Archuleta said.”We got to try on hats.
Her session was more of a conversation than a lecture.”
days at the Wellington Hotel (in Time Square), a Metro pass for unlimited rides
on the subway, a Broadway play with upgraded seating, a picnic in Central Park,
a TV taping and additional site seeing.
with this amount of money,” Darien Horn, a junior from Fort Madison, Iowa,
said. “The days are jam packed, but the evenings you can wander and do what you
Bus 200, Marketing Field Studies in New York City. For more information, email
Forster at firstname.lastname@example.org
Wortmann and Darian Lightfoot enjoy the sights in New York City, including the
Statue of Liberty.
Knapp, Katherine Wortmann, Professor Gayle Lampe, Professor David Forster, Darian
Lightfoot and Ashton Clark visit Theatre Circle, a shop featuring
New York’s “Hat Lady” during last May’s trip to the Big Apple are (left to
right) Anna Farha, Katherine Wortmann, “Hat Lady” Linda Pagan, Darian
Lightfoot, Sarah Knapp and Ashton Clark. Visit the “Hat Lady” was one
of the seminars students attended during the week to learn about business and