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  • 18 Apr 2014

    Two PAN Employees Remember The Marathon Bombing and How It Made Boston Strong

    A year ago, the bombings at the Boston Marathon shook the core of our city. We were there when the bombs exploded, and fortunately spared from injury. We saw the terrible aftermath with our eyes, but we also witnessed something else that day.

  • 16 Apr 2014

    How Your Internship Can Lead to Full-Time Employment

    As many college students prepare to graduate, many are stressed out about finding full-time employment in the fields that they studied. Finding a full time job after graduation is no easy task. Finding a job you love can be even tougher.

  • 15 Apr 2014

    Of Gimmick Marketing and #PRFails: A Cautionary Tale

    I love wine. So recently when I learned about Miracle Machine, an at home wine-making kit that promised accelerated wine-making at home and the company’s soon-to-be Kickstarter campaign, I was intrigued. I immediately asked to be notified when the Kickstarter launched, along with 7,000 fellow wine lovers.

  • 14 Apr 2014

    The Evolving PR Professional: 7 Emerging Agency Specialists

    I was on LinkedIn recently and was struck by how many public relations professionals now describe themselves as “brand strategists,” “storytellers” and “content gurus.”

  • 11 Apr 2014

    Volunteering Benefits All

    As National Volunteer Week wraps up, we wanted to take the time to celebrate and thank all the volunteers across the country who give their time and effort to strengthen their communities.