Moroch welcomes abroad students for agency tour

This is a blog post for Moroch originally posted here.

Last week, Moroch had the opportunity to welcome eight South Korean female students to the Dallas office. During their visit to Texas, the students were asked to pick one agency in the Dallas/Fort Worth area that they would like to visit and we were honored that they chose us.

These young women are in their junior year of their Advertising and Public Relations studies at Sookmyung Women’s University (SWU), which just signed a memorandum of understanding with Texas Christian University (TCU). The partnership between SWU and TCU’s School of Strategic Communications will allow for student and faculty exchange, research collaborations and a summer study abroad program. These eight women are working with TCU professor, Jong-Hyuok Jung, Ph.D. and make up the inaugural class of students initiating the partnership and summer study abroad program.

During the agency tour, our team shared insights on Moroch’s history, culture and client relationships. The students also had the opportunity to discuss the world of Public Relations as it relates to Moroch, visit our brand new technology lab, learn about social media monitoring, and finally end their tour with the obligatory ride down our bright orange slide.

We look forward to watching the industry become more globally-focused with this future generation of advertising and public relations professionals. Congratulations to TCU, SWU and the inaugural class of students for expanding the boundaries of the college education and better preparing tomorrow’s professionals.

If you’re a student or student group looking to visit an agency, choose Moroch. We would love to have you. Contact Kendall Gibbs at for more information. OR Contact our office at (214) 520-9700.


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