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The peeps at Kel & Partners have a lot to say. After all we are public relations and social media zealots who thrive on sharing interesting news and great stories with the public. The Ampersand Blog is really the voice of our Peeps – the kick-ass team of people that work at K&P. Whether it’s a story about the way PR works NOW, the social media universe, our families, beloved pets or quirky travel experiences, you’ll find it all right here. You may laugh, you may cry, but the best part is you’ll leave feeling “wicked smaht” as we like to say here in Boston.
Archive for November, 2011
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Jenna Finn | Thursday, November 3, 2011 30 Comments
Want to be K&P’s Newest Intern? Here’s How:
It’s that time of year again; time to start searching for an internship for the spring semester. Whether it is your first internship or your last before you enter the workforce, Kel & Partners would love to have you. We are looking for candidates that are interested in learning and experiencing the public relations field in a unique and dynamic agency. Although this internship is unpaid, you can earn college credit and learn lots while doing so! If you are interested in joining the peeps team for the semester, please email your resumes to Jenna@kelandpartners.com.
If you want to learn more about Kel & Partners, search around www.kelandpartners.com. We are located at 21 Drydock Ave, in the beautiful Seaport District, which is easily accessible by both car and public transportation.
Also, we want you to have the greatest experience you can as an intern so here are a few tips to help you get the most out of your time spent here at K&P.
- Set personal goals: Setting unrealistic goals could make even a good internship seem bad, so make sure your goals are realistic and attainable in your internship.
- Everything you do, do with enthusiasm and a positive attitude: Every task, no matter how little, should be done with passion. It shows that you care.
- Ask questions: An internship is a learning experience. To get the most out of your time spent would be to make sure you understand everything you are doing so ask as many questions as necessary.
- Take initiative: If you prove that you can go above and beyond, you are more likely to be given additional, more complex responsibilities.
- Network: Every person you meet, no matter if it is in the workplace or not, is an opportunity to network. People always know other people and if you are looking for a job or further connections, make a great impression and then ask around.
What is your best tip for getting the most out of an internship?Read more