In honor of Mother’s Day and all of the amazing moms out there, today on the blog our founder and CEO, Nicole Rodrigues, is sharing her words of encouragement for all of the awesome working moms who do a killer job in the office and at home. The following article originally appeared on Working Mother
Today on the blog, we’re sharing three ways PR pros can work to reach their goals for their dream career, as shared by Nicole Rodrigues with PR Daily. Following these three simple steps will help ensure you’re prepared to take the next step in your professional career, and that you’re always learning throughout the journey.
There’s no denying that a career in public relations — or any career for that matter (unless you’re a professional napper or paid cupcake eater, in which case sign us up) — means early mornings, late nights and a very long list of to-do’s. We at Team NRPR don’t mind, because we love the energy
I’m sure I’m not the only one who finds herself making apologies in job interviews or at work events for being a Millennial. It’s almost a reflex at this point. People make polite small talk and ask interesting (but loaded) pop cultural questions, all the while sizing you up and carefully gauging the many facets
Last week, Amanda and Tiffany from our team went to the PRSA “At Breakfast With LA’s Top Newswires” event, hosted by the Southern California Gas Company and Sempra Energy Utility. We had the opportunity to meet with three of the top newswire reporters in SoCal – Lori Streifler, editor of City News Service; Anthony Marquez,
There are many instances where an internship can be more about research and excel spread sheets than learning new skills. I’m happy (and relieved) to say that that is not the case at NRPR Group. Now, don’t get me wrong. There are times when those things are necessary but, after completing my first week at NRPR,
What do I want to be when I grow up? I asked myself this time and time again. As early as my childhood, I didn’t know where life would take me – career wise. My friends would say they wanted to be a doctor or a lawyer but I didn’t know what I wanted to