Recently Pace’s launched its new microsite and branding campaign, “Success Stories Start Here,” which appeared both in print and online in The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Post, and The Westchester Journal News. The campaign features profiles of some of Pace’s best and brightest students and alumni and seeks to share their Pace success stories with the world.
As part of the campaign, Pace Setters were challenged to submit their success stories for a chance to be selected as the new face of Pace. We received a number of amazing entries from engaged and active students that we will profile throughout the year, but one clearly stood out: Communications major Kristie Dash ’14 who has landed a number of exciting internships, had a variety of great experiences, and achieved great things since moving to New York City. From dancing in Times Square with hip-hop artist Ne-Yo to writing for online entertainment site “Celebuzz,” Dash is doing it all. After her semester-long internship with Teen Vogue comes to an end, Dash will go on to experience a preview of her dream job by interning this summer for E! News.
“I came to Pace because I have always known I wanted to be in New York due to the endless number of opportunities for young, hard-working individuals like myself. Pace seemed to be the perfect fit for me because of its amazing Career Services program and its overall atmosphere, Manhattan being its campus,” says Dash.
To learn more about Dash and to read her Pace success story, click here.