Investors Foundation donates $2,500 grant to Cherry Hill based-Student Working Professionals

The grant will help fund SWP’s Star Marketing Program.

Pedro Figueroa, Investors Bank assistant vice President and branch manager, far right, presents a grant for $2,500 from Investors Bank to Student Working Professionals. Accepting the grant, from left are: Dan Ruotolo, chairman of the board; Kaitlin Rattigan, director, and Dana Baglivo, client solutions specialist.

Investors Foundation is helping a Cherry Hill-based nonprofit program to continue providing the business community with “star” marketing interns.

Investors Foundation has given a $2,5000 grant to Student Working Professionals’ STAR Marketing Program. The program provides nonprofits, companies, and small businesses with skilled marketing strategies at a low cost through the use of student interns.

Certified marketing interns are carefully selected, thoroughly trained, and receive real-world marketing experience through the program. Interns effectively provide clients with marketing services such as social media scheduling and management, print and digital design, event planning and organizing, sales, video marketing, email marketing, and content creation.

“Student Working Professionals seeks to end the cycle of economic disempowerment for young professionals in the workforce. Our goal is to turn passion into reality for young people looking to get their dream careers,” said Kaitlin Rattigan, director of Student Working Professionals.

Investors Foundation’s grants support nonprofit organizations who enrich the communities served by Investors Bank.

“Investors Bank is thrilled to contribute to the Student Working Professionals’ STAR Marketing Program,” said Pedro Figueroa, assistant vice president and branch manager of Investors Bank’s Mt. Laurel office. “Investors Bank believes in supporting the growth of business and marketing, and in giving students an experience that they will use daily within their future careers. Marketing tactics are forever evolving, and by allowing students to take hold of the reigns, Student Working Professionals is embracing the future of marketing.”