You’re creative. You’ve studied creative subjects. Had countless creative ideas. Created many creative things. Now, you’re ready to take on the world. You just need a good place and opportunity to shine. If this sounds like you, hello. We’re Weber Shandwick Seattle. And we’re looking for a Creative Intern who can help us handle our […]
Are you a strategic, analytical thinker who thrives in a fast-paced environment? Do you have high interest in technology and how technology companies are changing the way we live and work? Are you interested in helping brands tell their stories across multiple channels? Would you enjoy being part of a high-performing team that delivers excellent […]
Are you interested in working with local and international brands at a global agency? We’re currently looking for a full-time, paid intern to support our expanding technology team. This position will give you the opportunity to be a critical team member (you’re not just getting coffee here), work with brands at the forefront of their industries […]
Are you interested in working with local and international brands at a global agency? We’re currently looking for two full-time, paid interns to support our expanding technology team. These positions will give you the opportunity to be a critical team member (you’re not just getting coffee here), work with brands at the forefront of their […]
Are you a go-getter, team player and overall rockstar that can thrive in a fast-paced environment? How does joining a diverse team of digital & content marketing, branding, advertising, public relations, writing and visual production specialists sound? How about getting unique hands-on experience with iconic, international brands? Sound like a good fit so far? Well, we’re […]
Moving from sunny Los Angeles to rainy Seattle, I’ve had the opportunity to work in two major PR hubs. Because of this, I’ve had many Seattleites ask me about my experience in LA. With those questions, I’ve also heard some assumptions about LA PR that were clearly drawn from popular media. Below, I attempt to break the myths.
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?”