The Experience of an Internship – Univision Communications Inc.

If you were to ask me, “What has been the best experience of your life so far?”, I wouldn’t hesitate in answering — my first student internship with Univision Communications Inc.

Cinthia Lozano - Univision Intern

Cinthia Lozano

Working in the promotions department at Univision has been such a great opportunity; it has given me a great amount of knowledge about the communications field. Some of the things I have learned include: how a television commercial is produced (participating in 2 as a performer), translation from English – Spanish and how to put promos into the system so that they can be transferred to master control which are then put on air. I also helped different colleagues in the promotions department with a variety of project, such as: Idolo del Pueblo and Calle Ocho, which has consistently been one of the biggest projects of the network.

Aside from learning a whole lot, it has also helped me find a niche in the industry, a path I would like to pursue in the communications industry when I graduate. Many of us students are confused about what sector of public relations would suit best for oneself. My best recommendation is to intern in as many different areas possible, to gain a better understanding and a realization of what you really want for yourself. After all, these are the kinds of opportunities that are going to guide us and show us the way to a promising future.

Cinthia Lozano

Twitter: @Cinthiaay


PRSSA & Bateman Team present FUN DAE 2012 this Saturday, Feb. 25 at 10AM @ FIU Stadium

“Federation of Families and FIU students collaborate to bring the community F.U.N.dae 2012 aimed at raising awareness against childhood obesity.”

MIAMI- The Miami-Dade Chapter of Federation of Families (FOF), a non-profit organization providing support, education and guidance to families of children and youth with emotional, behavioral, substance abuse and mental health needs, and FIU students collaborate to fight childhood obesity and bring the community F.U.N.dae 2012.

On Feb. 25, 2012, FOF and the FIU Public Relations Student Society of America (FIU PRSSA) will host F.U.N.dae 2012, an event to increase awareness among children, teenagers and their parents of the serious short and long-term consequences of obesity, and inform them of the steps they can take to adopt a healthier lifestyle and provide incentives to take action now.


F.U.N.dae 2012 is free to the public and will be held from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. at Alonso Field at Florida International University’s Modesto A. Maidique Campus, 11200 S.W. 8th Street Miami, Florida 33199.


An impressive list of activities are scheduled for the day, including a local martial arts school to perform a demonstration and provide lessons for the kids, fitness trainers will provide simple and enjoyable exercise routines, Miss USA Pageant Queens will be on hand to speak with the kids about the importance of staying health. In addition, F.U.N.dae 2012 will welcome the Miami HEAT, and various college and professional athletes to speak with the children and provide a fun, interactive experience encouraging healthy living.


“We encourage everyone to bring their family and friends to enjoy an exciting and educational learning experience aimed at fighting childhood obesity,” said Michelle Massard, Public Relations Director for F.U.N.dae 2012.

For more information, contact Michelle Massard at 954-478-2311 or via email (