CHICAGO: TimeZoneOne, a global creative communications agency, is honored to celebrate four years of partnership with Auckland University of Technology (AUT) for its Internz International Scholarship Program. The program is designed to help transition and fast-track AUT graduates into the career world through full immersion in a new market and culture. Since 2017, TimeZoneOne (TZO) has hosted eight interns from AUT’s internship program to work on various teams at its global headquarters in Chicago. TZO was the first Chicago business to partner with AUT.
First conceived in 2014, AUT’s Internz International Scholarship Program matches around 30 graduates per year with businesses in North America, Asia and the United Kingdom, giving them the chance to develop professional skills, discover new passions and get their first taste of corporate life.
“Over the last four years, TimeZoneOne has been an integral part of our AUT Internz Program and we’ve been impressed by their massive commitment to developing graduate talent,” said Dr. Andrea Vujnovich, Assistant Vice-Chancellor Corporate and General Counsel, AUT. “TimeZoneOne is certainly an employer of choice for our students and graduates – and we’re so pleased to have the opportunity to continue providing fresh talent.”
“The AUT Internz program has been an incredible opportunity for me to gain international work experience in my chosen field,” said Jessica Moorby, AUT intern with TimeZoneOne’s Client Engagement team. “In the last year, I’ve developed relationships with clients, attended instrumental networking events and gained experiences that I could have only received through my internship at TZO.”
This month, TimeZoneOne welcomes its newest AUT intern, Bryan Law, who joins the agency’s digital marketing team. “I'm excited to have this epic opportunity to dive in and work with the creative marketing minds at TZO. I look forward to learning as much as possible from an award-winning global agency and living in the Windy City of Chicago makes it that much sweeter,” said Bryan Law.
For more information about TimeZoneOne visit www.TimeZoneOne.com
For more information about AUT Internz International Scholarship Program, email [email protected].
About TimeZoneOne: TimeZoneOne integrates brand building, public relations, website development, digital marketing, social media management, content creation and experiential activations. This integrated approach delivers more effective communications, stronger results and better ROI. Founded in New Zealand in 1994, TimeZoneOne’s global headquarters is in downtown Chicago, with an office in Christchurch, New Zealand; strategic partners in the UK, Japan, Germany and Australia; and clients in United States, Australia, New Zealand and Canada. Industry recognition includes an Effie, Mercury Award, W3 Awards, Communicator Awards and Davey Award. For more information, go to www.timezoneone.com
About AUT and AUT Internz: AUT is the second largest university in New Zealand. Through the AUT Internz International Scholarship Program and its industry partners, it is proud to support some of their great graduates to experience the world, transition into work and develop global business acumen. This unique scholarship program that encourages immersion into a new market and culture at the very beginning of a career, is one of the reasons for AUT’s #1 university ranking for international outlook in New Zealand. The Internz team works closely with employers to understand talent requirements – both in terms of technical skill and cultural fit – matching them with a shortlist of candidates who have been well supported through the application process and will best fit their needs. For more information, visit www.aut.ac.nz or email [email protected].
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