Keeping our audience engaged is one of the most important parts of managing our social media channels at Sundog. That’s why I’m taking on a project to implement a social video strategy at Sundog. Our first step was to set up a brainstorming session with members of the internal team and get some ideas […] Read More...

I came into this social media internship with an open mind. With some experience running smaller business accounts, I was ready to jump in and learn the role of handling Sundog’s social pages. I quickly learned one thing’s for sure – every business has its own spin on content. As a social media manager, you […] Read More...

February 22, 2018

Reflecting on the End is Just the Beginning

By Darby Fike

Reflection is good. When you take time to reflect on an experience or information, you give yourself a chance to learn from it. What did you enjoy, what did you agree with, or what would you change? That is exactly what I have been doing this past week – reflecting. You see, every good thing […] Read More...

Volunteering or job shadowing are just a few of the ways you can gain work experience. Another way is to intern. Interning provides hands on experience in a field that you hope to work for one day. It allows to you get insight of a business and lets you determine if you like the work […] Read More...

November 10, 2017

Augmented and Virtual Reality on the Rise

By Darby Fike

I spend a part of my social media internship time looking into new technology, especially social media platforms. Part of my job is to understand how individuals use these platforms and how our business can use them to communicate effectively with that audience. What most people, including myself, are wondering is what platforms are going […] Read More...

October 26, 2017

Intern Perspective: What I Learned From Linchpin

By Nick Reitan

Nothing, in the span of your career life, provides you with a fresh start like looking for your first full-time job. If you’re an optimist, you think of this as the first step towards a bright and abundant future. If you’re a pessimist, it’s another step closer to your retirement. And, if you’re an empiricist, […] Read More...

One of my favorite perks of interning with Sundog: the resources. I’ve been lucky to have access to some of the latest design software, like the newest Adobe CC Suite, at my disposal. This is a benefit that isn’t standard for students at my age. Some internships or job offerings in a design environment don’t […] Read More...

October 11, 2017

4 Ways to Battle a Creative Slump

By Darby Fike

If you have a job in marketing or advertising, you’re expected to be creative every day. This isn’t a shocker to most, and it wasn’t to me when I accepted my internship. However, I alsoknow that there are times when you’re supposed to be creative and not a single idea comes to you. It can […] Read More...

September 26, 2017

Stuck In a Rut

By Nick Reitan

3 Creative Resources I Use for Improving My Illustrating Skills.   Week after week, designs can start to feel very repetitive in this line of work. As a Design Intern, I have the opportunity to create a wide range of different projects. The struggle that I face is finding inspiration when I have another project […] Read More...

September 18, 2017

Part 3: Lap after lap

By Tony Roetzel

Puzzle (Summer Blog Theme) Growing up I had this idea that the world was puzzle and that every individual was a piece. Each person was unique in their own way but worked together to build a greater whole. I never understood how people found their fit, I simply assumed it’s one of those things that […] Read More...

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