Evelyn Chen

Student Intern, Strategic Communication

Evelyn Chen

Evelyn Chen is pursuing her Master of Science in Strategic Communication from Columbia University. She is expected to graduate in December 2021. Also, she is the vice president of the Strategic Communication Society.

She has been in the U.S for over eight years since high school. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Texas at Austin. Driven by her passion for language and communication, she has embarked on several different projects and internships over the past couple of years. She worked for PR agencies, corporates, and real estate companies. She looks forward to launching her professional career in PR and marketing upon graduation.

She is originally from Shanghai, China. She is a huge fan of food. When she has time, she likes to cook, try out new cuisines, and travel. 

Evelyn has always been passionate about languages and intercultural communication. She speaks Mandarin, English, Spanish, and a bit Korean. She hopes to use her language skills and cultural background to help international students prosper in the U.S.

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4 Ways Podcasting Improves Your Chances of Getting Hired

During Covid, many people have looked for new forms of entertainment and hobbies. And one form that’s both entertainment and hobby is podcasting. According to Infinite Dial, 55 percent of people in the U.S. listened to a podcast in 2020, …

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What Does a Copywriter Do and How Do You Become One? Everything You Need to Know

Copy is the text used to sell products in advertising and marketing and copywriters are the professionals who create this copy. Copywriting is a centuries-old craft. One of the oldest surviving advertisements in English was printed on a small sheet …

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5 Tips for Breaking into the Fashion Industry at Any Age

A career in the fashion industry, to recent grads or career-switchers, can seem like an elusive dream—only for the privileged, polished, experienced elite. But this couldn’t be further from the truth. With the right attitude and work ethic, anyone at …

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How to Switch Careers to Social Work in the Age of Covid-19

The coronavirus pandemic is affecting the lives of nearly everyone on the planet. Social distancing has become the new norm for daily life everywhere, making it difficult to serve vulnerable populations. Schools are closing all over the country, leaving at-risk …

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Building a “Personal Board of Directors” Can Transform Your Career—Here’s How to Do It

When Suzy Nicoletti, a successful account manager, was passed over for a promotion, it didn’t make sense to her. “It didn’t fit with the stories I was telling myself,” she says.

Nicoletti sought input from a former colleague, someone more …

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10 Tips for Updating Your Online Portfolio

There are plenty of reasons why an online portfolio might be exactly what you need to make a splash in the New Year. Perhaps you’re an architecture student showcasing a project to bolster your internship applications. You might be a …

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Q&A With Marcus Lemonis, Star of CNBC’s ‘The Profit’

At the age of 12, Marcus Lemonis, star of CNBC’s “The Profit,” owned a lawn cutting business that made $1,000 a week. At 22, without any prior political experience (other than a summer internship on Capitol Hill), Lemonis ran for …

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How to Break into the TV Industry

Many TV critics are calling the current state of television “the golden age” or “peak TV.” And for good reason. There are now more than 400 scripted series on television, double the number there were in 2009. And given the rise …

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The Future of Entertainment Is Just More and More and More of This

This article from Vulture written by  and 

The strangest thing about Space Jam: A New Legacy, the “standalone sequel” to the 1996 hit, is that an algorithm played by Don Cheadle is the villain of the story but also …

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Entertainment Marketing: Tips for Your Recreation, Arts, or Entertainment Business

This article from Constant Contact written by Suzanne Wentley

If there’s anything that 2020 has proven to business owners focused on recreation, arts, and entertainment, it’s that they need to get online.

Digital isn’t just for creative offerings, either. You …

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