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Originally posted by Willy Franzen on March 26, 2012. Updated through a sponsorship agreement.
Posted by Willy Franzen on March 26, 2012. Positions below updated every five minutes.
|Summer Internship Program-Public Relations||New York, NY|
|VP, Product||Dallas-Fort Worth, TX|
|Graphic Designer/Sign Designer||Magnolia, TX|
|Human Resources Administrative Assistant||Park City, UT|
|Eyelash technician||Dania Beach, FL|
|SVP of Marketing - Saucony||Lexington, MA|
|Chief Public Affairs Officer||Jacksonville, FL|
|Sales Engineer||Provo, UT|
|Mobile Quality Analyst - Contract||Seattle, WA|
|Chinese Flagship Coordinator||Eugene, OR|
Public relations is a funny game. A former intern recently published an interview with me on a pretty major blog. I got the coverage because of who I knew. But then an even bigger blog called Lifehacker blogged about the article. I got the coverage because of where I had been previously covered. A few days later One Day One Job was mentioned in another Lifehacker article on Top 10 Ways to Get a Better Job (this was just a short mention, but it sent by far the most traffic). I got this coverage because the author was familiar with me and my site. It takes a ton of hard work to run into this kind of luck, which is why most major companies hire PR firms that have solid reputations and great relationships with journalists. But it takes more than that–it takes a focus on action and results, which is exactly what Emanate offers. They’re a New York, NY and Los Angeles, CA based PR firm that focuses on consumer marketing, corporate communications, digital & social media, and health & wellness. They’ve only been around five years, but they’ve accomplished a lot and have big plans for the next five years.
While Emanate puts a huge emphasis on being action and results oriented, they also call themselves irreverent. Humor is a part of who they are, and the best way to get a feel for it is probably by meeting their team. The next thing you’ll want to do is take a look at their client list and read through some of their case studies (in the right hand sidebar of their client list). You’ll recognize names like Burger King, Embassy Suites, Sonicare, Bank of America, and Mattel. If you like Emanate’s approach and want to work with those kinds of clients, then head over to Emanate’s Jobs page. Right now they have Associate positions in Los Angeles and New York City. These look like great opportunities for new grads where you’ll be “charged with learning and becoming proficient in core categories of public relations, focused on Account Administration and Tactical Execution,” so check them out.
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