Allison Rieke ’18: Finding Community with Non-Profits

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Allison Rieke is a graduate student in Emerson’s Integrated Marketing Communications Master’s Program. This spring she has been working as a Marketing Intern with the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA. PEM, as it is affectionately called is “the nation’s …

By Emily Smedick
Emily Smedick Assistant Director, Experiential Learning Emily Smedick
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TLE Center for Urban Entrepreneurship: Impacting & Creating Community

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Making the world a better place, one entrepreneur at a time. That’s the mission that TLE Center for Urban Entrepreneurship (TLE) has taken on with the fearless leadership of Tricia Young, TLE’s founder and president, and with the support they’ve …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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Brookline Interactive Group: A Local Nonprofit Empowering Artists

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We all have the right to tell our own story and Brookline Interactive Group (BIG) is making sure of that. Having rebranded from over 30 years of being Brookline Access Television, BIG has moved from a traditional public access …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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Personal Branding: Telling Your Story

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Throughout the year we talk a lot to students about branding. I don’t mean a product or service you’re marketing or a social media campaign you’re creating, but the brand that is YOU. It’s how you’re memorable and it’s the …

By Katharine Privert
Katharine Privert Interim Liason to School of Communications Katharine Privert
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Guest Blog: Careers in the Non-Profit Sector

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The Nonprofit Communication Management Minor is available through the Communication Studies Department.

Many of you have engaged in community service as volunteers to satisfy a High School requirement, worked at a fundraising event or donated to a crowdfunding campaign to …

By Cathryn Edelstein
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Molly McIntyre ’17: Unexpected Opportunity with Seacrest Studios

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Seacrest Studios is a unique environment for media-focused students to get involved with. Located in Boston Children’s Hospital, their mission is to provide entertainment to a community of doctors and patients through outstanding radio and television production. Past examples of …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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Mona Bushnell ’08: Following a Non-Traditional Path

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Mona Bushnell is a staff writer for Tom’s IT Pro, Business.com, and Business News Daily and an Emerson alum having graduated in 2008 with a B.A. in Writing, Literature, and Publishing. She’s also a firm believer in the idea of having diverse …

By Jessica Chance
Jessica Chance Assistant Director, Liaison to Alumni and Graduate Students Jessica Chance
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You Have One Job: Care for Yourself

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No matter how busy you get or how entrenched in the workplace you become, you need to remember the one job you’ll always have: Taking care of yourself. No matter what.

The last few weeks of the semester are …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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Non-Profit Week: April 16th – 20th

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The concepts of sincerity and personal value can feel like they’re thrown to the wayside in a world of business to consumer or business to business companies. Time is money, says the old principle of running a business, but what if …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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Setting Seniors Up for Success

DAY TWO

So this thing is really happening, huh? You’re really going to go out there and brave the world with your newly developed adulting skills after years of preparation. First, you need to know how incredible it is that you’ve made …

By Anders Croft
Anders Croft Marketing Communications Specialist Anders Croft
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