Get ready Cougs, because Weber Shandwick Seattle is coming to Pullman.
Every Spring, Washington State University’s Edward R. Murrow College of Communication hosts the annual Murrow Symposium to help guide near-graduates on their career paths. Students studying PR, Advertising, Journalism, Broadcast and Organizational Communication will clear their busy schedules to attend workshops, polish their resumes and network with potential employers before receiving their diplomas and entering the real world.
This year, Weber Shandwick leads the public relations sector with “Br@nd U,” a workshop tailored to help students develop their personal brand and stand out from the hundreds of resumes employers receive each day. The “Br@nd U” workshop will provide students the necessary tips to transcend descriptors like “multi-tasker” and “motivated” and communicate their unique and genuine brand both online and offline.
Here are some resources to help get you started. We’ll build on how to engage in these student and employer communities in our presentation.
We’re thrilled to be engaging with students at one of the top communications schools in the nation, and look forward to sharing our expertise with this crop of fresh new talent.
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