By: Marisa DeGennaro, Account Associate for GEW Many of us are strong, hardworking individuals who deserve mountains of praise, but we are all just one of many. It’s easy to get overlooked and it happens way to often. PSA: It’s time to start commanding attention! Confidence. I’ll say it again. Confidence. It only takes one person… Continue reading Why Confidence Is the Most Important Asset You Will Ever Own
By: Amanda Della Ragione, Director of Communications As a senior I am constantly asked the question, "What are you going to do after graduation?” Each time I politely say that I don’t know because I really truly do not know. As communications majors many of us do not know where we will be this time… Continue reading Three Ways to Start Your Job Hunt Today
By: Casey Adam, Account Executive for Penn State Global Entrepreneurship Week Keeping up with an ever-changing digital landscape certainly presents its challenges. With the blink of an eye there is a new app, social media network, website, or mobile platform that could shift user preferences. In order for brands to move at the speed of culture, it’s… Continue reading Digital Trends That Are Here to Stay
While all other majors across the spectrum prepare to go home to enjoy their winter break and the holiday season, communications majors are gearing up for the season a bit differently.
If you have been paying attention to the 2016 presidential election you’ve no doubt heard about Donald Trump.
It’s no myth that hiring managers and employers examine candidates’ social media profiles as a portion of their decision-making process.
By: Julianne Stanley As the world continues to travel down a path that consumes the average person into technology, it is important to step back and think about the ways that our techy lifestyles can both help and hinder our professional selves. When it comes to endorsing ourselves as professional students, aspiring employees, or even an… Continue reading Enhancing Your Personal Brand Socially
By: Amy Walker, Account Associate for Sweet Heat Gourmet This past summer I had the wonderful opportunity to intern abroad in Barcelona, Spain for two months. It was utterly life changing, and not just in the typical ways that one would expect. In the nine short weeks that I was overseas, I can honestly say… Continue reading Traveling Teaches Life Lessons
By: Erica Walsh, Executive Director I acted like a 7-year-old who was told Christmas was coming early this year when I received the phone call extending my offer. Since talking to a recruiter my sophomore year at Penn State, I wanted to intern for Burson-Marsteller. Badly. It was an agency with a depth of history… Continue reading Inside the Revolving Door: How to Be Successful at a Large Agency
By: Neena Zona, Account Executive for Sweat Heat Gourmet Minimum wage jobs are almost never fun, but until we get our degrees we are stuck working them. I work at the Lion Line, a call center that raises money for student academics at Penn State. This is definitely not my dream job by any means;… Continue reading Learning Skills > Salary