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2011 Scholarship Recipient

Scholarship Recipient:   Suzanne Miller

Year: 2011

Suzanne Miller

Suzanne is a senior at Columbia College Chicago, majoring in marketing with a minor in web development.

It was in high school that Suzanne first realized she wanted to pursue a career in advertising. After joining her school’s DECA program she quickly fell in love with marketing. Advertising was the perfect combination of her newfound passion and her background in fine art.

Her exploration of the various advertising careers available led her to an internship with the Gary SouthShore RailCats and the YMCA of USA. She currently works as an ad designer at The Times Media Company in northwest Indiana.

She is a member of the Columbia College Chicago Honors Program and National Society of Collegiate Scholars.

After graduation, Suzanne will pursue a career as a digital/interactive marketing strategist or art director and follow her entrepreneurial spirit.

2010 Scholarship Recipient

Timberlake Media Scholarship Recipient: Shelby Jacobs

Year: 2010

Shelby Jacobs

Timberlake Media Services is pleased to announce Shelby Jacobs as our 2010 Columbia College Scholarship Recipient!

Shelby is a senior marketing major at Columbia College Chicago.

Her interest in an advertising and marketing profession began when she started subscribing to magazines in junior high. Not only was she attracted to the messaging and imagery, but also to the entire process that ultimately placed advertisements into the publications.

As a student in the Marketing Communication Department, she has had the opportunity to intern for companies like The Word of Mouth Marketing Association, Terrance Sullivan Denim, and Time Out Chicago.

In addition, she has served as President of Columbia’s collegiate chapter of the American Marketing Association; a chapter that was recognized as an outstanding chapter during the AMA’s year-end chapter evaluations.

Following graduation, Shelby would like to work in an interactive/ digital marketing position for a major publication and continue to test out various marketing methods on her fashion student mentor blog, NextInFashion.com.