Monthly Archives: October 2010

Walk through and Interview at Wieden + Kennedy

After Linda Williams spoke with our class last week, I was motivated more than ever to continue speaking with professionals and learning as much as I can from them before I graduate.  This morning, I spoke with Jordan, an Account … Continue reading

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Give! Guide 2010

Willamette Week, our wonderful weekly words of wisdom here in Portland, wants to ask you a question.  What will it take to get you to donate.  As the holiday giving season begins, so does the annual Give! Guide campaign.  Give! … Continue reading

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Guest Speaker Linda Williams

On Tuesday of this week, the Portland Experiencers got a treat from Linda Williams, an Assistant Director at the University of Oregon.  Like many of my fellow students, I have an idea of what to do once I graduate, but … Continue reading

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New Rail~Volutionaries

As you may already know, I am an intern at the Portland Bureau of Transportation.  One of the most interesting parts of my internship is seeing how Portland is planning its future, especially with urban development and TOD (transportation oriented … Continue reading

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Great Portland Ads, making me want to hang out downtown even more

Since I am an ad junkie at heart, I tend to get excited about new and interesting campaigns.  Once more, if that campaign hits close to home, I love it!  North, a Portland Agency (and so much more) that works … Continue reading

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Myers-Briggs test hit me right on…but not what I expected

The Myers-Briggs personality indicator is a psychological test that shows you what type of personality profile you fit into.  (Here is a ten minute sample test if you are interested, not the real version) Before I took the test I … Continue reading

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Second week and Press releases

I am well into my second week with the Portland Bureau of Transportation (PBOT) as a communications intern. So far, a great deal of my work with PBOT is helping develop press releases for the public. These releases usually involve … Continue reading

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