Interns! OnPage is working with Newton South High School

OnPage Interns - Sam & Kristen

OnPage® Just Hired Two New Interns. And Guess What? They’re in High School. OnPage has just teamed up with Newton South High School’s “Wise Individualized Senior Experience” (WISE) program. This program allows seniors to work outside of school on a six-week project or internship of their choosing, for school credit. The WISE program focuses primarily on mentorship and real-world experience. This year, two Newton South seniors, Sam Sharon 17, and Kristen Magliozzi 17, have joined the OnPage team as part-time interns. Sam is currently working as a marketing intern. He has been updating the company Facebook page and Twitter feed on a daily basis. He also reported live from the Boston Marathon on the relevance of the OnPage Critical Messaging System in planning large events. He designed the “Team OnPage” Boston Strong T-Shirts, and helped create the various marketing campaigns. “I came in knowing nothing about marketing,” Sam explains, “But […] Read more »

Boston Marathon T-Shirt Giveaway!

OnPage T-Shirt Giveaway

In Honor of the Recent 2015 B.A.A Boston Marathon, OnPage has designed Limited Edition, 100% Cotton,  “Team OnPage” T-shirts. There are only 50 of these shirts in production, and once those are gone, we will NOT order any more. Right now, we are giving these shirts away FOR FREE with every order of two or more OnPage licenses. These T-shirts can give you access to a 10% discount for every subsequent order for one year.* These shirts come in Blue Dusk and Sport Grey. Click below to claim your free, Limited Edition “Team OnPage” T-shirt today! LINK:  https://onpage.com/Subscribe/BusinessOrderForm.php *This deal may not be combined with any other promotional offers Please follow and like us: Read more »

Boston Marathon 2015

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Reporting:  Sam Sharon for Onset Technology Thankfully, the 2015 B.A.A Boston Marathon went smoothly. Supporters lined the entirety of 26.2-mile course, from Hopkinton to the Prudential Center. At the finish line, banks gave spectators free popcorn and cowbells; and on Heartbreak Hill, retail stores set up food buffets and giveaway stations. True to the New England spirit, even the weather didn’t stop the celebrations. And all across Massachusetts, the echo of “Boston Strong” could be heard.   But now, with the Tsarnaev trial coming to a close on the heels of this year’s Marathon, memories of the 2013 Boston bombings begin to resurface. Unlike before, the whole racecourse was now dotted with Boston Police officers, sheriffs, and even K-9 units on every block. There were over twenty security checkpoints throughout the course, and only clear plastic bags, and purses smaller than twelve inches, were allowed through without a thorough search. The Copley […] Read more »