Brittany Childress

Brittany Childress

Work History

Work History
May 2005 - Oct 2009


Pet Match
  • Founded an online "pet match" service for shelter pets throughout the United States.
  • Enlisted businesses, authors and celebrities to donate items for online raffles.
  • Contacted sponsors for donations to use to help pay adoption fees, spay/neuter operations and transportation for rescued pets.
  • Found homes and reputable rescues for 200 homeless dogs and about 50 homeless cats.
  • Used social media such as and, as well as my own website, to get the word out about Pet Match.
Apr 2007 - Mar 2008

"Pet's Corner" Contributor

Organic Lifestyle Magazine
  • Researched topics regarding pets and the organic lifestyle
  • Completed articles for the "Pet's Corner" by given deadlines
Apr 2007 - Aug 2007


Factio Magazine
  • Researched topics ranging from fashion to food to luxury vehicles.
  • Wrote articles based on research by strict requirements and deadlines.


Aug 2011 - Present


CSU Stanislaus
  • Introduction to Public Relations
  • Anthropology and Global Issues
Aug 2011 - Apr 2011

Associates of Arts

Columbia College
  • General Psychology
  • Human Behaviors Psychology
  • Career Tools for Excellence
Aug 2009 - Apr 2011

Associates of Science

Columbia College
  • Macroeconomics
  • Microeconomics
  • Business Law
  • Principles of Business
  • Financial Accounting
  • Managerial Accounting


Hello there and welcome to my portfolio! My name is Brittany Childress and I am currently looking for a public relations or marketing internship, specifically within the sports industry. I recently graduated from Columbia College with an Associates of Arts degree in Behavioral and Social Studies and an Associates of Science degree in Business Administration, and currently studying for my Bachelor's degree in Business Administration from California State University, Stanislaus. Please explore my portfolio for more information.


First and foremost, I am interested in every aspect of the sports industry. I would love to be able to make a career out of watching sports, writing about sports or working with the athletes. I have a passion for journalism, as well. As one can see by my resume, I have interned as well as worked for two different magazines. I have been inducted into the Quill and Scroll society when I was editor of my high school newspaper, The Lily Pad. I also competed in a summer-long business camp put on by State Farm in Murfreesboro, Tennessee as the Chief Executive Officer and Marketing Director of my group's business and led my team to victory. I really do enjoy a wide-range of activities and like to challenge myself on a daily basis!



Columbia College's Career Tools for Excellence Program

Dr. Richard Jones

Quill and Scroll Society

Leslie Reeser