My Last Post…


As I sit down to write this blog post I’m shocked at how quickly the term has flown by. I know ten week terms tend to go by quickly, but none have compared to the speediness of this one. It’s crazy to think that I will be picking up my roots that I’ve planted in Oregon for the past three years and be moving back to my home-state of California.

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Not only has my time interning in Portland allowed me to grow and strengthen my communication skills, but it has also provided me with new, meaningful experiences and relationships. I’ve been able to explore new parts of the state of Oregon and make life-long friends with roommates that I surprisingly found on Craiglist.

Some may be wary of Craiglist, but I highly recommend checking out the options on Craiglist if you’re moving to Portland for the PDXSX Spring Cohort!

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As my internship and time at the University of Oregon come to a bittersweet end, I am grateful that I chose to participate in the Portland Senior Experience.

Thanks to Josh Netzer, my cohort, and all of my co-workers this term has been better than I ever imagined it could be. I am leaving Portland a confident and well-rounded PR professional that’s ready to conquer, as people like to say, the “real world”.

Cheyenne Knowles

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About Cheyenne Knowles

I am a recent graduate from the University of Oregon. I received my degree in Public Relations with a minor in Communications. My experiences working as a social media intern for the popular company Twistband and a public relations team member for Ethos magazine have ensured me that my passion lies public relations. I was most recently a Communications intern for the non-profit, The Children's Institute, in Portland, Ore. There, I boosted traffic and followers on social media accounts through strategic posts and audience research. In the future, I hope to work in media relations within either the sports and entertainment sector. I am eager to soon begin my professional journey and experience a multitude of exciting, new opportunities.
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5 Responses to My Last Post…

  1. Adaira Floyd says:

    Have a great time back in California! There are so many exciting opportunities in different areas – and it’s great that Portland has been a place for you to grow and become confident in your skills.

    – and yay for making new friends with your roommates! I’m sure they will want to keep in contact and visit with you after you leave 🙂

    Adaira

  2. hmartin3 says:

    Glad to hear you had such a successful term! I agree, it is crazy that this term is nearly over already. Thanks for sharing that the Craigslist roommate situation worked out for you. I have always been skeptical, but it seems like a viable option if you need it. Good luck moving forward!

  3. Hannah Olson says:

    I’m so glad I was able to meet you, Cheyenne! It’s great to hear that you liked the Portland area and made friends with your Craigslist roommates. Good luck with whatever you choose to do next and I hope we can keep in touch!

  4. Emily Kirk says:

    So glad you had such a good experience on Craigslist! It’s always reassuring to know you can find good roommates/living situations on there if you ever need it. Good luck in all that you do!

  5. cmfbianco says:

    I’m glad you had such a good experience in Portland! I’m really happy you were apart of this cohort and hope to keep in touch. Good luck in California and keep us updated on your job search!

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