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Life After College, During the Midst of a Pandemic

I’m a planner. I love the anticipation before milestone events, enjoying them many times over in my mind as I prepare for the big day. I enjoy the satisfaction of designing my own path and following it to the end. But, as the old Yiddish proverb states, “Man plans and God laughs.” I had arrived […]

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Outstanding or Overbearing

Engaging with the LGBTQ+ Community during Pride Month   It was the peak of Pride, the day of the Providence parade—a day I should have gotten to live my best and most authentic life. I parked at the mall to avoid paid parking and cut through the building to get to the celebration. I was […]

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Our Favorite Networking Tips

Networking gets a bad rap yet, as professionals, it is a critical skill and an activity that’s not going anywhere.

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Is PR Right for You?

By: Peter Girard It’s a heavy question, “Is PR right for our business?” Public Relations add an entirely new dynamic to your business, essentially it’s a whole new world, and to a company like us, it truly is ‘a new fantastic point of view’ (cue the Aladdin song).  Much like the song, (if you need […]

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Should PR Pros Pitch Journalists Through Twitter DM’s?

By: Peter Girard It was fun, interesting, and insightful to turn the tables on some of Caster’s media friends and ask them a few questions.  Last week, Patrick Coffee, a writer for PRNewser, asked the question: Should PR Pitch Journalists on Twitter with Direct Messages? – in response to Twitter’s update which now allows Twitter […]

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