In the world of social media sites, it’s only right that there’s a site for networking: LinkedIn. I joined LinkedIn right before I graduated high school but there wasn’t much to my profile. It wasn’t until mid-college that I started sprucing it up. I put my experience, volunteer work, education and anything else I could.… Continue reading LinkedIn: Useful or Useless?
Whew! It's been a while but have no fear I am back. Just super busy finishing up my last semester of college while interning and trying to find a job! Recently I had the great pleasure of guest writing for my good friend Rachel's blog. This is what she has to say about her blog… Continue reading THE INSPIRAETION
If you are training to become a PR professional you need to know how to pitch. Pitching is definitely a skill that you learn early-on (maybe in your introduction to public relations class) but it is something that you are continually perfecting. I’m confident that I can write a decent pitch but I know that… Continue reading Book Review: This Is How You Pitch: How to Kick Ass in Your First Years of PR – Ed Zitron
Your ethics can be tested in any setting at any time and any place. In the workplace, when your ethics come into play it shows what type of professional you are choosing to be. This week I watched a video for PR professionals on ethics and interviewing (View here!). Most of the advice Peter Stanton,… Continue reading Ethics in The Workplace
This summer I had the pleasure of interning at an awesome medical device company in Latham, New York. Pictured to the right are two of the other interns that I worked with. I would consider us a diverse group. Throughout my time I noticed the company’s employees and its leaders. There are people of all… Continue reading Diversity in The Workplace
After reading the USC Report on PR Future I became super inspired and excited! Immediately the opening pages discuss the growth of the public relations industry. The director of the USC Center for Public Relations Fred Cook said “overall, we are sensing a continued optimism about the direction the industry is headed, which is good… Continue reading USC Report on PR’s Future
This weekend I took the time to search on Indeed.com for an entry-level public relations job. At first I felt overwhelmed, I was questioning whether or not I was qualified for any of these positions. Once I clicked and started reading the descriptions for numerous "Assistant Account Executive" positions I realized that I have a… Continue reading A Reflection on a Job Search
Come May 2017 I will officially be an adult. This year has forced me to reflect on my life and career goals. I hope to be successful in my Public Relations career continuing to branch out in different fields whether fashion, entertainment, politics, or healthcare. Recently someone expressed to me that they are always so… Continue reading Personal Reflection