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Our WSU Murrow Symposium 2013 Adventure

On March 21, I accompanied my colleagues Krystal Franklin, Mindy Jafek and Michelle Pratt (who also happened to be WSU alum) to WSU’s 2013 Murrow Symposium. It was a whirlwind trip that had us waking up at 4 am and landing back safely in Seattle late that same night. But before I start from the […]

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5 Reasons a PR Internship Will Jump Start Your Career

Bruce Pinkleton is a professor and head of Strategic Communication in the Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University. He teaches public relations and research methods courses and directs the public relations internship program. He is coauthor of Strategic Public Relations Management and his research interests include campaign evaluation, media influence and […]

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4 Must-read PR Internship Tips From a PR Graduate

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 will […]

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My Well-traveled Journey to Global Health PR

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 will […]

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The PR Internship’s New Killer App: A Diverse Background

After recently talking with a group of visiting college students, I realized that many of us question if an internship outside of our major is the right fit. Can you have a successful internship outside of your chosen field of study? Read on to find out.

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Making the Leap from Textual to Visual Storytelling

Mark your calendars. On February 19th, PR News is hosting a must-attend webinar that will explain how to move from traditional text-based storytelling to modern visual storytelling. This is a must-attend session because the transition from textual to visual isn’t something that’s going to happen – it’s something that’s already happened, and our audiences expect […]

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6 Tips to Pulling Off A Big Media Event

As PR professionals, we thrive on making magic happen behind the scenes to produce exceptional client results. So to me, creating and executing a spectacular event is the silver tuna of working in public relations. Throughout my experiences I’ve learned that it’s never easy—but that the planning process can be easier if the six tips […]

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Congrats are in Order at Weber Shandwick Seattle!

The Weber Shandwick Seattle office is pleased to announce the promotion of Tim Fry to chair of the Global Technology Practice and Michelle Maggs to executive vice president and general manager of the Weber Shandwick Seattle office! Check out the official announcement. A veteran of the firm for more than 16 years, Tim has worked with […]

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Huskies, Zags and PR, oh my!

Recently, we had the pleasure of speaking with students from the University of Washington and Gonzaga University who wanted to learn more about the world of public relations and marketing. The Huskies invited Weber Shandwick to their campus as a part their “Internship Thursday” program while Gonzaga students visited our office as a part of […]

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