Three years ago, if you had told me I'd be writing my final blog post as PRowl Public Relation's firm director, I would have never believed you. When I came to Temple University as a public relations major, I had no clue what I was doing or where I was going. I was lucky enough … Continue reading PRoud & Thankful
PRowl is so PRoud of our seniors!Doug Bennett (Account Executive &Director of Finance)Doug is currently interviewing for corporate communications positions and is now an intern at the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. During the summer, Doug will begin studying for the LSATs and then apply to law schools.Emily Ascani (Assistant Firm Director) Emily will be continuing to intern … Continue reading PRowl’s Seniors
As a self-proclaimed "foodie-in-training," it's no surprise an app like Foodspotting would capture my interest and appetite. Started in 2009 and launched in January 2010, the guide was created to help users not only decide where to eat, but what to eat through its rating system and photo-sharing capabilities. Since its launch in 2010, more … Continue reading GPTMC Dishes It Up on Foodspotting
Happy National Stress Awareness Month! If you're anything like me... you're probably living off of coffee, four hours of sleep, and the last remnants of sanity. Don't worry though - the end is in sight! For many of us, classes are coming to an end, graduation is near, and it looks like there might actually … Continue reading Don’t Worry – Be Happy!
Coca Cola has always been known for its innovative marketing strategies, so its no surprise when buzz started generating about the new vending machine stunt in Singapore. Located on the campus of National University of Singapore, the machine reads "Hug Me" and spews out free cans of Coke for anyone willing to give it a … Continue reading Coca Cola Shares Happiness Through Hugs
From all of us at PRowl Public Relations, have a Happy Easter & Passover Weekend!
Photo Courtesy of Sharla FeldscherLast night, the Department of Strategic Communication (StratComm) hosted it's first-ever Leadership Lookbook event, an evening designed to teach students about the importance of leadership and professional dress in the workplace.With over 30 students in attendance from the School of Communications and Theater, the event began with Dr. Tracey Weiss, a … Continue reading StratComm’s #LeadershipLookbook Shines from Head to Toe
Since Fridays are the one day I have dedicated to searching and applying for jobs, I feel its fair to make every Friday a post with advice for everyone's job search.My latest project has been creating my online portfolio to stand out amongst the competition and make my work more accessible to potential employers. After … Continue reading Branding Yourself with Online Portfolios
I can't tell you how many times I've heard the saying, "It's not what you know, it's who you know." As I have been looking for jobs, I've come to realize more and more how true it really is. On Tuesday, one of Philadelphia's biggest networking events for students is being held - PPRA Careers … Continue reading Networking Tips for Owning the Room
I have a confession to make: I am a museum geek. Ever since I visited the Natural History Museum in Washington, D.C. for my third grade field trip, I've been hooked. Yesterday, I took a day trip to D.C., a museum-lover's paradise, and hit up a few of the free Smithsonian buildings. During my trip, … Continue reading Museums Receive a Social Media Makeover