By Dianne Danneels, Sid Bahl, Maryann Akinboyewa ♦ Welcome to EMApoly! Navigate your way through the world of advertising and public relations. Make progress when you do great work and hope that your advertising and public… Continue reading

If your dreams don’t scare you, they aren’t big enough!

By Sarah Liberati ♦ You know that saying: do something every day that scares you? Well, I believe it is one of the greatest accomplishments of all time. Every time I find myself doing… Continue reading

Be Yourself!

By Bianca Maldari ♦ Do you have what it takes to be an intern at EMA? If you are a self-starter, a team player and “give-it-your-all” type, then the answer is definitely “YES”! I… Continue reading

Go Meet People

By Matt Terry ♦ When the time came for me write this blog, I struggled with what I should choose for my topic. Should I talk about my day-to-day activities? Should I talk about… Continue reading

You’re Cool… Getting a Little Warmer… Warmer… You’re Hot, You’re on Fire!

By Asher Bitz ♠  It can often be a struggle for college graduates or seniors to figure out what exactly they want to do. It seems like you have a hundred different people… Continue reading

“Have you ever watched Seinfeld?”

By Maggie Moran ♦ The before process of going into an internship interview is roughly the same as one you would go through for a “real” job: know your audience, research the company,… Continue reading

My office is better than yours—no really, it is!

By Samantha Dreverman ♣ It’s no secret that EMA is an upbeat company with a whole lot of brand knowledge.  Well now this smart agency has a brand new office to match its personality—and… Continue reading

Does this Blog have a Picture of a Kitten in it? Find Out Now!

By Madeline Hubert ♠ I am an educational orphan. I’ve been passed around from university to community college since August of 2012, trying to find a scholarly home where I can prepare myself for… Continue reading

Find Your Spark

By Austin Galovski ♦ For years, I spent my summers covered in a mixture of sweat, sunscreen and lake water—leading kids on valiant charges into enemy territory in camp-wide capture-the-flag games and staying up… Continue reading

True Life: I’m a PR Intern

By Simone Arrington ♥ It’s 7:42am. My alarm goes off indicating that it’s time for me to get up, get ready, and get going. By 8:40am, I am in my car making a… Continue reading


By Jackie McLemore ♦ Have you ever worked in a place where everybody knows your name?  No, the popular show “Cheers” was not revived just for me.  However, my experience at Eric Mower + Associates… Continue reading

A New Chapter  

By Kendall Jackson It all happened so quickly. Within a month, I went from being a stressed and anxious college senior, scrambling to finish finals, to becoming a recent graduate, living 650 miles… Continue reading

Uncharted Territory

By Shaylyn Livingston ♦ Diversity is imperative to living a fruitful life.  That’s a sentence I’ve lived my life by having spent semesters in both Ireland and Italy.  Studying abroad has a reputation… Continue reading

Buffalo??? Buffalo!

By Casidhe Holland ♦ “The city is not for me. No, sir. And Buffalo? Ha, not a chance! I will never live there, or like it there, or go there of my own… Continue reading

Google: A Search for Love

By Caroline Gallalee ♦ Google has always been a part of my life. We’ve spent many years together, and I suspect we’ll have many more. When I’m with Google everything seems to make… Continue reading

Deciphering Patterns through Data

By Kate Sheehan ♦ Despite my passion for words, I have always had a fundamental love of numbers. From childhood I adored reading novels of the fantastical and the unknown, but the joy of… Continue reading

Unknown Territory

By Nora Gleason ♠ When I traveled to China, I knew what clothes I needed in my suitcase, which compartment in my carry-on holds my passport and boarding pass, and of course, the airport… Continue reading

Tell Lemony Snicket to Take a Hike with His Series of Unfortunate Events

By Samantha Harrington ♦ The night before my first summer internship was a lot like the night before I competed in the Olympics. Okay, I’m not an Olympian, but I’m assuming the emotions… Continue reading