Last week, I made my way down State Street for my first real visit to the state Capitol since middle school, but this trip wasn’t filled with historical facts about important men of the past or the building’s architecture and artwork. Bravo Group gave me the opportunity to sit in on a House Health Committee… Read More “Thank you, Mr. Chairman.”
Many of my peers have been searching for their true passion for years. Some have recently found it in their first year of college, while others might continue searching in the years to come. Luckily, this has not been the case for me. In fact, I have known what my passion is since I was… Read More A Passion for the Past
Today is my official last day here at Bravo. I am truly going to miss this place. I’ve learned so much from some really great people and I am very grateful to have been afforded this experience. Soon, the new group of interns will come in and leave their mark on Bravo. I wish you all nothing… Read More Passing the torch
Like many other college students, recent graduates, and interns around the country, Sam, Minette, and I are developing perhaps the most important set of skills we need as young people new to the professional world: The ability to interview well for a job. One’s ability to interview well is crucial for his or her success… Read More Bravo’s Tips for Interviewing
Bravo Group’s Pittsburgh office received four awards for its work in the communications industry at the 33rd Annual Golden Triangle Awards last Thursday evening, Sept. 27. Bravo Group was recognized for its demonstration of communication skills and its work in creative communications during the 2011 calendar year. It was the first time that Bravo received such… Read More Bravo Group Awarded for Communications Excellence
Fear of the unknown. That is sometimes the phrase that captures the essence of a new intern in any new space. You have a ball of emotions in your stomach mixed with a little anxiety, a little self-consciousness, excitement, hunger (not the stomach growl kind), and eagerness. You hope they like you. You hope you… Read More Workplace Culture Shock
*Cues graduation procession music*, your degree is in your hand; you cross your tassel over your head signifying you’ve “made” it. You finish out the day with tons of hugs and congratulatory praises from your parents and family about your new major accomplish. You wake up the next morning, then what? You’re always told that getting a… Read More I graduated, now what?
So, you hear the word intern, what do you think of? Maybe coffee runs, running errands, or even sharpening pencils (do people even sharpen pencils anymore). Well, my experience has been a little different. Hey! My name is Minette; I’m a 20-something year old graduate student. I recently obtained a Bachelor of Arts in Communications and Public… Read More Hey!