February 18, 2015

Moving to the city comes with a cost

With the continuous growth and opportunity surrounding the tech PR industry, many grads find themselves relocating to the Bay Area after college. Landing your dream job, meeting new people and exploring all that San Francisco has to offer sure sounds appealing, but there is one dreadful factor that can’t be […]
February 18, 2015

Finding the balance between personal and professional social media:

Today, as college kids, we put our entire lives on our social media; we feel the need to share every thought, feeling and activity. But when the time comes for us to join the job hunt, our future employers will, without a doubt, search through that social media to get […]
February 12, 2015

Using Social Media Professionally

Technology is constantly evolving and it seems almost impossible to keep up with all of the changes. Social media is one major component that has continued to grow with the changes in technology. Aside from being used for just social communication, social media has proven to be an effective way […]
December 11, 2014

PROCRASTINATION ASSASSINATION

They say admission is the first step in the road to recovery, so here I go: My name is Corey, and I’m a serial procrastinator. I’m easily distracted and even more so easily entertained — two characteristics that make a deadly procrastination combination. My motto in life has always been, […]
December 4, 2014

Behind the Scenes: Sacramento Kings PR

It’s basketball season! I sat down with the Sacramento Kings Senior Director of Communications Laura Braden to talk about working in the real world and the post-grad job hunt.   A Day in the Office A typical day in PR doesn’t exist, Braden said. As a PR professional you are […]
December 2, 2014

My Terrible Twenty-Twos

Twenty years ago in my terrible twos, I was throwing obnoxious tantrums and escaping to my parents’ backyard to rummage through recycling bins. My parents said I’d drink the last sip from Sierra Nevada Pale Ale bottles, a longtime family favorite, mistakenly believing that all things in bottles were for […]