Reflection on my Internship Experience
Take a moment and think back to the last few days before starting your first job in the â€śreal world.â€ť Who played a role in preparing you for the next big journey in your life? What
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If youâ€™re not familiar with Snapchat, itâ€™s an
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Not surprisingly as a marketing company, there has been post-Super-Bowl chatter around our office. But being the strategists we are, many of our conversations swirl around â€śwhat were the advertisers thinkingâ€ť and â€śdid they work?â€ť
While it sounds clichĂ©, the experience you earn outside of the classroom is often more valuable than the material you learn inside.
Not to diss the value of my academic endeavors back at Syracuse University, but my experience at R/P has been chock-full of lessons that will undoubtedly contribute to carving my career in the public relations field.
At our firm, we have a core belief that while we each have individual strengths that should be cultivated and celebrated, when it comes to the business of serving our clients, we are always better together. This means collaborating, sharing
Agency experience is a must have for every beginning PR practitioner. After being at R/P only a short time, I have come to the conclusion that agency experience is an important component to understanding a variety of aspects of PR.