Joining Ketchum as a Summer Fellow was the perfect way to bridge the gap between the PR concepts I learned in the classroom and their real-world application. Particularly, as a fellow on a communication specialty team, I was afforded the opportunity to hone in on a specific area of expertise and learn how to approach […]
It was 8:30pm EST on a Wednesday when I got the call from Human Resources informing me that I was chosen to be a Ketchum Summer Fellow. The months that followed this incredible news were probably the fastest of my life. Before I knew it, I was a graduate of The Ohio State University (Go […]
Are you part of the new breed? You know them when you meet them. They are equal parts strategic and creative. They see the big picture but can hone in on the details. They know the difference between an insight and a strategy. They have an air of cool, but not too cool for clients […]
Ketchum recently became my new home when I made the move from the publishing industry. My move – one from Johns Hopkins University (where I studied English) and the book-filled floors of my first internship at HarperCollins – felt comparable to another move I was making… a native, never-left-the-West-Coast, Californian’s heading to New York. I […]
Time flies by when you’re having (public relations) fun. Today officially concludes my first month as a research intern in Ketchum’s New York office. Despite being only one month into my internship, my Ketchum journey has been deep and dirty (and by dirty, I mean aggressive, hands-on, and involved). If you haven’t read Bill Zucker’s […]
You already did. If you are reading this in the midst of job searching and feeling the wrath of online applications, then you have already broken through. You’ve begun your process of standing out in the large pool of applicants. It’s a Catch-22: college students get involved in extracurricular to land a job yet too […]
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