Above is the PDF for a sample public relations proposal that I did as a major class project in the spring of 2012. For the introductory PR class, groups of five or six were assigned. I volunteered to be the project leader and our group chose the Girls Inc. chapter of Monroe County to represent. Along with most other members of my group, I spent seemingly countless hours writing and organizing the proposal. We ended up getting an A on the project, so all the hard work was worth it in the end!
Literally within five minutes of showing up on my first day at Roundpeg in Indianapolis, I was given my first assignment. I was told that every intern had to write a blog post about themselves that would be posted on the website. So, I sat at my corner desk for the very first time and tried to crank out a couple hundred words. I’ve been told, and those people weren’t lying, that one of the hardest things to write about is yourself. This is what I came up with.
I completed this video project for my visual communications class in the fall of 2011. I focused on an organization called ICAN, which stands for the Indiana Canine Assistant Network. I gathered my material on-sight at the headquarters in Indianapolis, and put together the final video using Final Cut Pro. Although this kind of video shooting and editing isn’t my strong suit, I enjoyed creating this project because I felt a great sense of achievement when it was completed!
This is an audio slideshow project I completed for my visual communications class in the fall of 2011. I went to Traders Point Creamery in Zionsville, Indiana and conducted interviews and took pictures. I then used advanced software such as Soundbooth, Adobe Bridge, Photoshop and Soundslides to put together the final project.
This is a “local buzz” posting that I wrote for an organization called Startup Indiana. This local branch of Startup America encourages the growth of small businesses to stimulate the economy. It provides networking and other resources for growing startup businesses.