Brennan Pearson is currently a senior at the University of North Carolina Wilmington pursuing a degree in business through the Cameron School of Business with a concentration in Marketing Strategy, along with a Psychology Minor. He takes great pride in being involved on campus with Pi Sigma Epsilon, a co-ed Marketing/Communication business fraternity that strives to develop the sales and marketing skills of its members through lifelong opportunities.
This year has offered him numerous opportunities for growth including his position as a Marketing Intern with the Wilson Center. He has also been able to observe COVID-19’s effect on the stock market’s volatility/momentum within trading micro-mid cap tickers daily. “Trading has become a hobby of mine, as well as a full-time occupation that I am grateful for.”
In terms of the internship, Brennan has been working on creating upcoming show advertisements and promotional posters using Adobe products, exploring new ways for the Center to prosper during the pandemic while advocating and following social distance guidelines, and volunteering for Drive-In events. During his free time, he enjoy trying new restaurants and being on the water seizing the day.
To learn more about the Wilson Center Internships or to apply to the program, please visit our Internship page.
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