Meet Our Urbaanite Summer 2020 Interns

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Urbaanite is a labor of love and we have a small, yet mighty team who help us share the culture and soul of Nashville each day. This includes our interns. Each semester we connect with amazing students in Nashville and beyond who are interested in the journalism, communications, advertising and marketing fields.

This summer we have one of our returning interns, Morgan Goldsmith, who is an absolute pleasure to work with and welcomed a new intern Jacqueline Hahamyan. Learn more about them below and say, hi to them both.

Interested in working with Urbaanite during the fall semester?  Email hello@urbaanite.com with your resume and writing samples.

Morgan Goldsmith

Rising Senior at Howard University, Class of ’21

Major: Communications

Hometown: Houston, TX

Morgan is a senior communications major at Howard University. As an aspiring journalist, Morgan has used her opportunities with Urbaanite to expand her writing skills and connect with members of the Nashville community. As a person who has never visited Nashville, Morgan has used the passion of other Nashville locals to fuel her stories for Urbaanite.

Jacqueline Hahamyan

Rising Freshman at Belmont University, Class of ’24

Major: International Business and Business Systems + Analytics

Hometown: Brentwood, TN

Jacqueline is a recent graduate from Ravenwood High School. As an aspiring entrepreneur, she has used her Urbaanite internship as a way to drastically improve her marketing skillset while also learning the insides of how a business works. Jacqueline, being a Nashville native, has loved learning about new adventure spots and places to visit in her home city while writing Nashville stories.

 

 

 

 

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