We know all about Paull’s blogging world tour that reached a successful ending when he was offered a chance to work in New York.
We’ve heard that Stephen has moved onto his second PR consultancy post within a year of graduating. So it’s appropriate that the one should interview the other on the latest Forward Podcast to talk about student blogs, learning and career ambitions.
Rajiv has organised a social media networking event being held at our university tomorrow, and I hope that our students won’t be so preoccupied with the deadline for portfolio submission so as to miss out on this opportunity.
But we do sometimes focus too much on blogging and social media and tend to forget that the fundamentals don’t change. So I’m pleased to record that one of our non-blogging 2006 graduates is also moving on for a PR role with a major motor manufacturer. Congratulations Emma.
(I’m slow to post this because I’ve been exploring Wild Jordan and because I was given some privileged news that’s now public.)
UPDATE: At today’s successful student-practitioner (social) networking event I learnt this direct from the source. I’d been away and missed out on this further case of ‘blog-a-job.’ Congratulations, Simon. To complete the circle I’m looking forward to hearing Stephen Davies among other speakers at the Don’t Panic conference on crisis communications next month.