Interviewer: What would a day in the life of a public relations professional look like? Me: *Rattles off a list of tasks* Interviewer: What would a day in the life of a government relations professional look like? Me: *Looks dumbfounded* After taking countless college courses and completing an internship or two in public relations, I… Read More Putting the Pieces Together: A Day in the Life
Everyone has to go through a “first day.” These first days I’m talking about are a lot different than they were in school. As a recent graduate and now an intern at Bravo Group, I will be embarking on a new adventure in a few months. Although I don’t know where that will be, I… Read More “What I wish I knew…”
Established at the beginning of 2016, the Campaign Creation Group produces compelling written and graphic content for clients and Bravo Group. For Jill Wolfe, a designer in CCG, her undergraduate experiences with public relations bring a different mindset to graphic design. Growing up, Jill was always creative. She originally wanted to be a photojournalist, but… Read More The Benefits of Graphic Design for a Public Relations Pro
Oscar Wilde once said, “Experience is the hardest kind of teacher. It gives you the test first, and the lesson afterward.” I strongly believe you can only really know something once you experience it, just like children don’t learn to stay away from the stove until they touch it and burn their fingers. During my… Read More They say experience is the toughest teacher
You open the email and one of the lines reads similar to the following: “congratulations, we’ve decided to offer you the internship at our office.” You’re absolutely elated and the first thing you do is call your mom and dad to share the good news. Of course your parents share in your excitement, but at… Read More Is That What You Want To Do Forever?
Congratulations! Today is your day. You’re off to Great Places! You’re off and away! – Oh, the Places You’ll Go! The end of my time here at Bravo doesn’t just signify the end of a semester. For me, it’s the end of college. On December 15th, sometime in the afternoon, my college experience will come to an end.… Read More Oh, the Places You’ll Go!
“Sometimes the questions are complicated and the answers are simple.” -Dr. Seuss The following words of advice may sound simple, but they have a profound impact on the success of an individual or company. Going back to the lessons from our childhood can help us during this new chapter in the workplace. Your Actions Affect… Read More Childhood Lessons for Employees in Training
Whether you are a freelance, in-house, or agency designer, there are so many necessary skills and practices behind the scenes required to be a successful designer. Although this list is not exhaustive, it does focus on the main topics that you aren’t always taught in your design courses. Self Awareness What are you good at?… Read More 10 Non-Design Skills for Design Students
Everyone knows that popular phrase spoken by Atticus Finch in To Kill A Mockingbird– “You never really understand a person until you consider things from his point of view, until you climb in his skin and walk around in it.” So in order to understand a day in the life of a Bravo intern, here… Read More Heels Are Made for Running
As this fall season’s intern group slowly starts to depart, we look to our colleagues and friends at Bravo for advice. They’ve been there for us every step of the way as we have worked on countless projects. There was never a time when we felt like we couldn’t ask for help. Now, more than ever, we need that… Read More Advice to Interns from Bravo Professionals