Hey PR gals!
So Word Press is mean and is trying to get me to upgrade to share this (super embarrassing) video I made about stuff PR students say.
But YouTube is a beautiful invention.
Here’s the link to my video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u4Sz8cnJ7zM&feature=youtu.be
Last night someone asked me why I made this blog about Women and Girls in Public Relations.
Well, it’s not too hard to explain:
- Women are 70% of the PR Industry
- Women in PR only get paid 77% of their male counterparts
Oh, look! A graph!
I am one of many that are calling out the industry and openly professing my support and appreciation for the women in it.
Mad love to my PR Gals, keep rising to the top. XO
In Boston there’s only one thing that has a higher population than Red Sox fans. And no, it’s not the amount of bad drivers… It’s college students scouting for internships. This winter, like thousands of students in the city of Boston, I came to the realization that I was about to finish my second year and needed to get started on the internship search.
My first thought: How the hell do I get an internship?
The process of crafting a resume and cover letter is exhausting, especially when you have to make five different versions to fit the different internships you’re applying to (and on top of that: the mountains of studying you have to do during the school year!)
And since I have been through this grueling process I’ve collected my favorite sources JUST FOR YOU!
Tips for Cover Letters:
Tips for Resumes:
Some places you can browse for Internships:
Happy hunting PR Gals!