Which PR City Should You Move To?

Which PR City Should You Move To?

Written by Betsy’s Bar None account team members, Grace Hashiguchi, Natalie Engler, Rachel Hanks, Jillian Niedermeyer and Sydney Padgett.  Are you an aspiring communications professional trying to figure out your post-grad plans? Choosing your next home can feel like...
#GoldenGateDucks

#GoldenGateDucks

Written by Riley Burns, account executive for Cowbucker  At the end of finals week, a group of excited Ducks took on San Francisco where insight was gained and valuable relationships were formed. The first day we met in the lobby of the hotel eager to start our tours....
How to Impress Employers After You Graduate

How to Impress Employers After You Graduate

Written by Tiwanna Hamilton, account executive for Cowbucker.  As a senior beginning to think about post-graduation, it is important to evaluate what you already bring to the table. The public relations industry is competitive and employers seek candidates who are...
Five Ways to Keep Your Network Warm

Five Ways to Keep Your Network Warm

Written by Iris Kittleson, account executive for the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Collecting business cards and shaking hands is a networking staple, but the real challenge to networking is building and maintaining connections long term. These five tips are good...
Speaker Spotlight: Meagan Kiene

Speaker Spotlight: Meagan Kiene

Written by Amanda Lam, assistant firm director for Allen Hall Public Relations  On Nov. 7, we had the pleasure of hearing from Meagan Kiene, Media Specialist at Ketchum. Meagan graduated from the University of Oregon’s School of Journalism and Communication in 2014...
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