Amber specializes in fiction and news writing; she is also experienced with editing in both these categories. However, there are no limitations to her abilities. Amber truly believes she can write whatever you assign her.
Amber's primary interests are in writing and editing fiction and news pieces, but she has a passion for nearly all kinds of writing. As long as they involve words, she is happy to dive in and accept projects. Each assignment she receives will get the same amount of effort put into it, no matter the topic or type. And she never misses a deadline.
Amber was required to take courses in intercultural, interpersonal, and oral communication to complete her associate degree. For her communication electives, she chose courses on newspaper production and news writing. Amber also completed a creative writing course and an advanced English course, along with several other electives and general education courses.
Amber plans to pursue a certificate in paralegal studies and a bachelor's degree in communications. From there, she may consider a certificate in creative writing.
Though Amber's experience with marketing is limited, she has completed numerous projects in this industry. As an ad manager for her college newspaper, it was her job to work with current clients and gain potential ones. As editor-in-chief, she was in charge of promoting the newspaper to students and teachers. And as a creative communications intern at her college, she was tasked with writing fliers and advertisements. Though her experience is limited, she believes her writing is engaging and eloquent, and therefore a valuable asset to any industry. Unfortunately, she does not have any published samples from her internship when she wrote fliers and advertisements because the entire internship was cut short due to COVID-19; therefore, her work could not be used across campus.
Amber wrote 52 articles for her college newspaper and her news writing course in just two short semesters. Not only did she write news articles, but she also penned editorials, letters from the editor, and even an advice column.