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Author:Julie Johnson Holt

interns last day 2016 (2)

A Summer to Remember!

By Joy Spence and Raneisha Stassin Believe it or not, interning at First Class Communication is more than drinking coffee and discussing the pros and cons of (FCC partner) Dauphne Trenholm’s next epic Halloween costume! It was a fun, yet valuable experience. Here are some of...

raneisha at work

Clients’ social media not like my social media

By Summer Intern Raneisha Stassin I grew up in the age of rapidly changing technology. I watched the way people communicate switch from landline and pagers to flip phones and smart phones. I spent my entire high school career engaged in social media, connecting with people all...

joy at computer

PR writing calls for new skills

By Joy Spence First Class Communication Summer Intern I thought that writing for public relations would be an easy transition. After all, I study creative writing in college. But I'm learning that writing for different companies and causes -- while it may seem straightforward -- requires an...


What’s your story?

Your organization is special, right? Of course it is! You have a mission that's all your own, accomplishments only you can claim. You know what your real story is, but does anyone else? Telling the story of who you are and where you are going is vital...


Pausing to think about commas

One of my pet peeves has always been the bad use of commas. And, to be honest, sometimes that means comma use that defies the rules of grammar, and sometimes that simply means that's not how I like to use commas. I started thinking about all...