“Two Minutes With” is Weber Shandwick Seattle’s employee spotlight series that provides professional and personal insight into our rockstar team. Today, we’re highlighting Rika Nakahara, our newest digital intern. Enjoy! You were previously helping manage and produce the Japanese version of AllRecipes.com. What stood out about working there? My role as a content manager for the […]
Weber Shandwick Seattle is proud to bring back its intern blog post series that aims to help young professionals land and make the most of their PR agency internships. In our first series, interns gave the inside scoop on What They Didn’t Tell You about careers in PR. This time around, our rock star interns […]
Once you’ve landed a coveted PR internship, you may find yourself wondering which part of your Communication Theories class is going to be useful out here in the “real world.” But truthfully, some of the most challenging aspects had not even crossed my mind.
Last week my colleague Deepthi Cauligi talked about the differences between Los Angeles and Seattle in the PR industry. This week I will take a broader approach taking a look at those international differences between the U.S. and Europe, specifically with Spain.
My fellow English majors and I get a lot of grief for choosing a major that is supposedly “useless.” I’ve heard all the jokes: “So your most marketable skill will be being able to say ‘Do you want fries with that?’”; “Everyone speaks English, why would you need to go to college for it?” and my personal favorite, “So you want to teach?”
We get it. We’ve gone through the highs and lows of life after college. It’s tough, and fighting through it on your own can be confusing, frustrating and absolutely terrifying. We also know that when all of your hard work pays off and you land your first internship or job, it’s totally worth it!
PR was always my dream. When I was in high school, I worked part-time doing promotions for unsigned bands (which is a fancy way of saying that I sold CDs, handed out fliers and enthusiastically tried to promote the band on sidewalks). In college I majored in PR at Seattle University and worked as a […]
Searching for a PR internship with a global agency? Does working with some of the world’s most reputable brands sound like your cup of tea? If yes comes to mind, you’ve come to the right place! Weber Shandwick’s Seattle office is seeking interns and we want to hear from you. We’re looking for rockstar candidates with […]
Welcome the Wild West.
That’s right folks, we live in a time where normalcy is defined as a constant state of flux. Look around – uncertainty and change are commonplace, especially for fast-evolving communications industries like PR and marketing.