William Paterson University Public Relations Internship Fair October 28

Attached is the latest information about our Third Annual Public Relations Internship & Career Fair. Tuesday, October 28, 2014 William Paterson University University Commons Ballroom C 5:00 p.m. -7:30 p.m. Refreshments Served. Last year EVERY company that attended hired at least one of our students for an internship (many PAID) in public relations, writing, social media, events, experiential marketing and more.  We also have ON-campus internship sites attending to recruit our students. Students PLEASE prepare strong resumes, research the companies BEFORE the event and of course to attend in professional attire.  See my resume section for sample resumes and cover … Continue reading William Paterson University Public Relations Internship Fair October 28


Immediate need for star PAID interns. The busy consumer public relations dept. handles all consumer public relations activity for the Toys”R”Us, Babies”R”Us and FAO Schwarz brands, including media relations, special events and social media. Flexible hours (20-40 hours per week…paid). Great opportunity for juniors, seniors, recent grads and graduate students. Two opportunities: public relations/media relations and special events/social media. Wayne, NJ location. All interested candidates should send their resume to Bjorn.Trowery@toysrus.com. Continue reading HIRING! PR, SOCIAL MEDIA, EVENTS! Toys R Us, Wayne NJ

Best Resume Tips Ever

A solid resume is a critical tool to finding a job or securing an internship in an increasingly competitive job market.  As a former public relations agency executive, I’ve seen hundreds of resumes and applications from college students seeking jobs or internships.  With limited time to dig through the high volume of resumes received, students (especially PR students!) must find a way to market themselves effectively on a resume.  Follow these tips to create a resume that will help your resume move to the top of the pile. Remove the “objective” unless you customize it for EACH job to which you … Continue reading Best Resume Tips Ever

HIRING! Entry Level PR Cranford, NJ

Assistant Account Executives – B2B (Cranford, NJ) Successful candidates demonstrate an entrepreneurial spirit and commitment to service; provide hands-on support; pitch persuasively; and develop smart marketing strategies to leverage results. Requirements include an understanding of worldly themes, news and events; strong critical thinking (analytical, creative) and verbal/written communication skills; and ability to effectively manage multiple projects/deadlines with superior time/project management in a fast-paced environment. For more information and to apply (submit your resume and cover letter) visit: http://sternassociates.com/careers/ Speaker Specialist – Stern Speakers (Cranford, NJ) Stern Speakers represents top intellectual talent—e.g. Ivy League business professors, C-suite executives, best-selling authors—for speaking, … Continue reading HIRING! Entry Level PR Cranford, NJ

College Senior? Job Hunt Starts NOW

Hopefully you have taken all of the steps to ensure a well-rounded college experience and you have built an impressive portfolio of work.  Now you want to land the perfect entry level job or internship/training position.  Follow these simple strategies for a more effective search: 1. Graduating in Dec?  You should begin informational interviews as early as November before your graduation.  A lot of people quit right after Dec. bonusses are distributed. Fiscal budgets go into effect in January.  Keep an eye on agency job sites throughout the month. 2. Apply for positions throughout college and throughout the school year.  … Continue reading College Senior? Job Hunt Starts NOW

Five Job Search Strategies That Work!

PR Daily picked up my networking article and also added a valuable networking link.  Enjoy! http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/11668.aspx Effective networking goes well beyond shaking hands and exchanging business cards at cocktail parties.  Utilize the Internet and your own initiative and you will make valuable contacts who may help you land your dream career. 1. Determine where you want to work and identify the person for whom you’d love to work.Check the company’s blog, read its client releases, follow it on Twitter, Google the company, research it on LinkedIn. I’m not telling you to be a stalker, just do your research. Armed with … Continue reading Five Job Search Strategies That Work!