what is RFP? https://www.walkersands.com/resources/what-is-an-rfp-how-to-find-th

what is RFP? https://www.walkersands.com/resources/what-is-an-rfp-how-to-find-the-right-pr-firm-with-a-request-for-proposal/ https://www.pandadoc.com/blog/request-for-proposal/ 10 Best Practices for PR Firm RFPs Objectives of Marketing Plan: Detail the objectives of the marketing plan based on what you read in this RFP and what you learned from your discovery interview. Research: The initial phase of your marketing plan should feature the research your group conducted: •… Continue reading what is RFP?
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We are going to review how the pros at the New York Times use data and data visu

We are going to review how the pros at the New York Times use data and data visualization to supplement their storytelling. Visit the New York Times 2021 Year in Visual Stories and Graphics OR see the Additional materials column. (https://www.nytimes.com/interactive/2021/12/29/us/2021-year-in-graphics.html) Pick a story that interests you visually and topically to analyze. Your analysis should… Continue reading We are going to review how the pros at the New York Times use data and data visu

Explain why readers would be interested in or could benefit from each story idea.

Your task You are the public relations director for a pediatrician’s office. The doctor you work with is often called upon by local media to talk about children’s health issues. Summer is coming up, and you’re proactively looking for some story ideas you could pitch to the Dallas Morning News. For this discussion, identify FIVE… Continue reading Explain why readers would be interested in or could benefit from each story idea.

Do not provide ideas for special events or activities done by the doctor’s office.

Your task You are the public relations director for a pediatrician’s office. The doctor you work with is often called upon by local media to talk about children’s health issues. Summer is coming up, and you’re proactively looking for some story ideas you could pitch to the Dallas Morning News. For this discussion, identify FIVE… Continue reading Do not provide ideas for special events or activities done by the doctor’s office.

Listed below are the guidelines/instructions for introspection paper #2:

In March 2020, when we first started working, learning and socializing remotely due to the pandemic, I wrote an opinion column which was published by NJ.com and the Sunday Newark Star Ledger. Please read here: https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/03/covid-19-will-speed-up-how-gen-z-transforms-the-world.html (Links to an external site.) In the column, I wrote, “There is no better time than right now, in… Continue reading Listed below are the guidelines/instructions for introspection paper #2:

How do those different communities intersect with one another to help form and inform your identity? or 2) the charter of rights and freedoms and charter challenges

Critical reflection Exercise( see details in the attached) Examples …The topic could be anything from : 1) Thinking about Communities & Intersectionality (e.g. Race, Class, Ethnicity, Sexual Identity and Disability) Think about what it means to you to be a member of a community. What communities are you part of? How do those different communities… Continue reading How do those different communities intersect with one another to help form and inform your identity?
or 2) the charter of rights and freedoms and charter challenges

Listed below are the guidelines/instructions for introspection paper #2:

In March 2020, when we first started working, learning and socializing remotely due to the pandemic, I wrote an opinion column which was published by NJ.com and the Sunday Newark Star Ledger. Please read here: https://www.nj.com/opinion/2020/03/covid-19-will-speed-up-how-gen-z-transforms-the-world.html (Links to an external site.) In the column, I wrote, “There is no better time than right now, in… Continue reading Listed below are the guidelines/instructions for introspection paper #2:

What communities are you part of?

Critical reflection Exercise( see details in the attached) Examples …The topic could be anything from : 1) Thinking about Communities & Intersectionality (e.g. Race, Class, Ethnicity, Sexual Identity and Disability) Think about what it means to you to be a member of a community. What communities are you part of? How do those different communities… Continue reading What communities are you part of?