Join us: We’re hiring a Creative Intern!

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 […]

Read more

Join us: We’re hiring a Tech intern!

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 […]

Read more

PR, the Career I Can’t Explain

So what exactly does someone working in PR do? That’s a good question, as the inner workings of PR aren’t as obvious to an outsider in the same ways that those of a doctor, lawyer or tennis instructor might be. As a result, answering this reasonably straightforward question can be a challenge.

Read more

3 PR Intern Tips for Learning the Ropes in a Brand New World

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 […]

Read more

How to Nail a Job in Digital Communications

Note: This post originally appeared on Weber Shandwick’s Social Studies blog. It’s a war out there. Take a look at any open jobs board and you will see just how steep the competition is for top talent. At the same time, there’s a boom in people who want to work in digital. Unfortunately, while the […]

Read more

BYU PRSSA Students Visit Weber for a Sneak Peek at Agency Life

It seems like just yesterday I was in college (Go Dawgs!)…equally nervous and excited about graduating and entering the “real world.” And while it has been much longer than just yesterday (nine years ago if you must know), meeting last Thursday with a group of bright, eager college students from BYU-Idaho at the Weber Seattle […]

Read more
Go top