Monthly Archives: May 2017

Keep in Touch

Networking is essential for any career. However, for PR, networking can be everything. It could be your future “in” at a job, it could get your resume to the top of the stack or even just give you the opportunity … Continue reading

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Is That Job Posting a Scam?

Having an internship is an amazing experience that allows you to gain so much knowledge that will carry you through your career. But what happens after that internship? During the last half of my internship, I find myself feeling anxious … Continue reading

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Grown-Up Grades

Internships are full of obstacles both big and small, but one of the trickiest things in an internship isn’t something you can simply work past. It’s evaluating your level of success. I don’t mean the number of projects you’ve worked … Continue reading

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My internship is almost over… now what?

This is a question I have been asking myself for the last week, as my internship at a weekly newspaper comes to a close in a few short weeks. There is little chance of being offered a paid position here, … Continue reading

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Prioritizing at Your New Job

As new professionals learning to prioritize is crucial to our success. Many of us are currently interns which mean we have a hard time saying no to new assignments especially when our plate is already full. I want my new … Continue reading

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Talk Corporate to Me

Let’s face it, we college students can use “bizarre” lingo that only makes sense to us. We use words that we hear from songs, social media and other trendy influences. For example words like “lit”, “extra” and “boujie” aren’t usually … Continue reading

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The Art of Portfolio Work

In J410, the SOJC Campaigns course, all public relations students are expected to submit a portfolio and schedule a review. Despite being in Portland, I am not an exception to these requirements. However, I have found a silver lining. Through … Continue reading

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