Monthly Archives: April 2017

What It’s Like To Do Social Media for Work (Not Play)

I recently started as a Jr. Marketing Coordinator at a data and optimization firm in Portland. My main responsibility is to run all of our internal social media channels, with the goal of generating new client leads and increasing brand loyalty. My … Continue reading

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Not An Early Bird

Adjusting to the work life is definitely a taste into the #adulting reality that most of us are anxious about. It was just last term when I could wake up at 11:00 a.m. and head to campus 10 minutes before my 12 … Continue reading

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Stay up-to-date with news, industry trends, and events

Happy happy Spring, everyone. How do you keep up with current events? Where do you get your news? These two questions and other versions tend to come up during interviews and can make you think twice about an answer. Replying … Continue reading

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A Healthy Body and a Sound Mind

It can be hard to find the right balance as you shift from college into an adult life. It’s no longer feasible to down a cheeseburger for lunch, a hot dog for dinner and still feel like the star that you … Continue reading

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Light At The End Of The Tunnel

While in class, many of your assignments don’t have a real face behind them, they are made up clients or scenarios. At an internship you are doing real work for a real organization. While in class, you may get an … Continue reading

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Relearning Public Transit

I was born and raised in Portland, and took the bus to and from school almost every day in high school. That is, until I got my drivers license and completely forgot about the valuable resource that is public transit. … Continue reading

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More Life

Moving to a new city for a job is a difficult process that can challenge people in any number of ways. Just the task of packing up and transporting belongings can be draining both physically and emotionally on it’s own, … Continue reading

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