• How To Start Your Own Blog

    Blogging / Journaling / Vlogging / Instagram A blog of any kind can be used as your portfolio if you are a person working in the Arts. THE ARTS (singing, photography, dancing, etc.) also includes less obvious things such as PR people, makeup artists, Photoshop experts, fashion event producers, the list goes on.

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  • Outfit Tips to Ace Your Next Interview

    First impressions when it comes to just about any interpersonal meeting in life are important. The first impression someone has of you is what sticks — until you are able to prove them right or wrong. When it comes to the particularly stressful encounter of interviewing for a position as a public relations intern or an account coordinator, the last thing you want to be worried about is your outfit. You have other important things to stress over, like memorizing the names of clients, knowing the agency’s core values by heart and being able to recite your list of outstanding…

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  • What is Public Relations?

    I get asked this question whenever the topic of “So what are you doing with your life?” comes up with friends or family. What exactly is Public Relations? What does Public Relations actually do and look like in the real world? Public Relations or PR is what I like to call: A little of a lot.

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  • YEAR IN REVIEW: 2016

    Time flies. I remember the excitement I had starting this blog. I only started it, quite literally, to document my internship experience — fast forward five months and my internship is complete without a single post on the matter. I was too busy actually working to write the little things down.

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  • THIRD TIME’S A CHARM

    It is officially Day 3 at the agency. It’s a busier time than usual (back to school followed by fashion week followed by end of year reports).  A few tips and tricks that I use are: 1. Write EVERYTHING down When anyone asks you to do something or mentions a potentially important detail, write it down. Try to be as word-for-word as possible. This shows you’re taking the request seriously and not just saying “Okay okay sure” without actually processing the info. Once on paper, it’s so much easier to determine the importance (or futility) of the task at hand.

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  • HOW TO SURVIVE THE FIRST DAY AT YOUR INTERNSHIP

    First day jitters are over! I was really excited and nervous but I’m glad it’s over with. I now have a pretty clear idea of what I’ll be doing for the next few months. The hardest part of anything is starting, I’m sure that once I find a good pace and get comfortable with all the info provided, I will really excel in this position.

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