Targeting Veteran Students for Interns
Just wondering if this would be applicable, their program is currently targeting veterans at my university for internships. Here is the email with edits for privacy.
“”Hello - My name is [REDACTED], I am one of the Senior Recruiter's with Isagenix. In short, Isagenix is a no-compromise company-from our life-changing products right down to our dynamic people. We're dedicated to innovation, integrity, wellness, community service, and world-class customer care.
Our goal is to be the largest and best health and wellness company in the world. With more than three billion dollars in cumulative sales, we're consistently achieving our goals. We focus on attracting and retaining the best and brightest individuals. As we strive for continuous growth and quality, we need dedicated people who crave challenge and boundless opportunity in a fun, energetic atmosphere.We currently have Intern job opportunities for students, especially students with a military background. Here is a list of our opportunities:
Would this apply to the article? As being in a medium-sized, state, accredited, university, the health/food woo being taught and tested here is mind-blowing. The University fully backs Isagenix after my inquires. — Unsigned, by: Coyotl / talk / contribs
- I fixed your quote because I think it's what you were going for (if not I'll revert it). We'd need a source (probably more than one) for sure if we were to include this in the article. Anim (Carfa) 15:31, 6 April 2017 (UTC)
- You could cite yourself as anonymous. Here is a great site for citing sources of all kinds (I prefer MLA but I suppose you could cite in whatever format you like). 'Contributors' refers to the people who sent the email. Any other places that you can cite of teh same thing happening would be great as one email might not make enough evidence to add this to the article Meh (You) 18:32, 6 April 2017 (UTC)