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AAYNTK (All the Acronyms You Need To Know)

By: Carly Harris, Director of Business Affairs There’s an acronym for everything these days- lol, gtg, omg- but acronyms extend out of the social media we use and into the media industry itself. When I interned at an advertising agency this past summer, I got my fair share and then some of jumbled letters I… Continue reading AAYNTK (All the Acronyms You Need To Know)

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5 Things I Learned Interning at a Nonprofit Organization

By: Kaitlyn Landram, Account Executive for Penn State Residential Dining Entering the “real world” with a communications degree is as nerve wracking as it is exciting. Whereas a surgeon is certain to search for employment in a hospital and a teacher is bound to work in a school those with a communications degree must find their… Continue reading 5 Things I Learned Interning at a Nonprofit Organization

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How You Really Should Be Applying For Internships

By: Jess Stefanowicz, Account Associate Every time I pictured myself as an adult in the working world, I always pictured the same city, and the same industry: New York City and fashion. But I went about it all wrong. As soon as December of my junior year rolled around, I signed up for accounts on every… Continue reading How You Really Should Be Applying For Internships

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Dress for Success: 5 Tips for Interview Attire

By: Kendall Mar, Account Executive The professional world of suits, stilettos, and blazers can be an intimidating place for students to enter. The majority of students take their first steps into it by way of an interview. Whether this is for an internship, co-op, or full-time job, it is normal to feel nervous. However, it… Continue reading Dress for Success: 5 Tips for Interview Attire

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How To Live and Learn…and Let Go

By: Victoria Scialfa As a senior, I spend less and less time at home and more time on my own dealing with the realities of adulthood. Working two internships, juggling networking events and even meeting up with old friends, I like to consider myself somewhat of an adult. I’ve flown out of my parents nest… Continue reading How To Live and Learn…and Let Go