Tag Archives: communications

Op-Ed: Dear Brands, Stop Trying To Be Millennial. Love, A Millennial.

By Maria Pianelli, originally posted on the LaunchSquad blog There are certain moments that stick with you. The surreal: Where were you during the moon landing? The tragic: Where were you when Zayn left One Direction? The controversial: Where were you during #DeflateGate? And then there’s the plain absurd. Where were you when emoji marketing became […]

How Freelancing Helped Me in “The Real World”

By Rachel Wong  Most entry level jobs are connoted with menial tasks, small things that higher-ups give to them because they are unsure of the newbies and their skills. In big companies, it is also hard to make yourself stand out from the crowd of other fellow entry level workers and rise in the ranks. […]

7 Killer Networking Tips for Dummies

By Abigail Jaffe So you landed your dream job. You’re doing work you love, surrounded by awesome coworkers, and even getting paid for it all. You remember all that great networking you did in college to help you get to the place you’re at today, but since you’re now *employed*, you’re thinking you can slack […]

Metamorphosis: Transforming from an Intern to an Entry Level Employee

By Maria Pianelli, originally posted on the LaunchSquad blog I was a bit of an overachiever in college. I entered with half a year’s credits under my belt, took no less than 18 credits a semester and juggled simultaneous marketing and journalism internships. The fear of an empty résumé encouraged me to shoot for the […]