US Money Reserve

U.S. Money Reserve Commemorates a Two-Year-Old Internship Program

U.S. Money Reserve (USMR) is a gold company that is led by U.S. Mint Director Philip N. Diehl. It was founded in 2001 and has expanded to become one of the biggest private distributors in the world. It began its internship program in February 2016, when it hired its very first marketing interns.

Two years down the line U.S. Money Reserve is commemorating the growth and success of this program and is looking for new interns who are passionate about working in fast-paced companies while strengthening their interpersonal communications skills.

USMR internship program began when the company’s Vice President of Marketing & Communication, Jim Warren appointed the present Media Buyer, Mallory Burgess, to set up an internship program after Mallory had apprenticed with Mr. Warrens at a preceding firm.

Mallory Burgess acclaimed that the experience that she acquired at the side of Jim Warren and U.S. Reserve team taught her a lot of things in a very short time in the field of media and marketing. Mallory Burgess remarked that students that are searching for internships that will push forwards their careers should explore their internship opportunities.

Mallory performed distinctively in her position as Marketing Coordinator, and also excellently regulated and managed the U.S. Money Reserve apprenticeship program. This earned her multiple awards and is at the present the Media Buyer. Read more: US Money Reserve Reviews | Glassdoor and US Money Reserve | BizJournals

Jim Warren describes Mallory as a talented, organized and exceedingly driven person. Jim Warren goes further to acclaim that it has been intriguing watching her grow and thrive in their company and flourish in the sector of media and marketing. Mr. Warren added that Mallory’s story is a clear indication that dedication, hard work, and diligence, an internship can turn into a career at U.S. Money Reserve.

The internship program has become bigger and now accommodates 6 social media interns, and radio/television/film interns in different locations including Texas, Austin, and offices along with the firm’s Sierra Taylor, who served as the first supervisor of interns.

Sierra Taylor worked with U.S. Reserve in 2018 and later came back to work with USMR’s social media platforms as well as help in managing the internship program. She has currently enrolled in the University of Texas at Austin where she is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in advertising.

Sierra Taylor commends USMR internship program for the esteem and responsibility that is accorded to the interns. The USMR team provides the interns with opportunities that help them to build confidence, solve problems and most importantly grow professionally.

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