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Insights From A Job Fair

February 08, 2011, 4:11pm posted by

Last week, CooperKatz had the opportunity to participate in the Annual Job Fair co-organized by the Howard University Johnson School of Communications and The Council of Public Relations Firms.  While we’ve always found these types of networking events to be fertile ground for the exchange of resumes, business cards and conversations withcandidates ‘putting on their best,’ they’ve also provided us valuable, real-time insight on what’s actually happening out there relative to young people on the job market – both now and into the near future.

Skipping Lunch to Help Feed NYC Kids

May 12, 2010, 9:49pm posted by

CooperKatz recently participated in Skip Lunch Fight Hunger, a New York City-wide initiative that asks individuals to donate what they normally spend on lunch to help fight hunger.

This is the sixth consecutive year that CooperKatz has participated as an agency! Read on to learn more and see how you can get involved!

Signs Ahead for 2010

January 04, 2010, 7:05pm posted by

Yes it’s the start of a new work week, but also the first Monday of the new year and the new decade! Goodbye "Uh-Ohs" and hello "Aught Ten"!

Time to move on from debates on whether 2000-2009 was the ‘worst decade…ever’ (as well as arguments over whether the new decade starts now, or in 2011). We’re onward and upward here at CooperKatz – looking forward to what awaits us, our client partners and the PR industry as a whole in the year to come. So while we hope for the best and know there are never any guarantees, here’s our initial take on the road ahead and a few of the signs we’re seeing. 

Buckle up and let’s roll!

Tools to Help Parents Talk About Drugs

October 20, 2009, 6:53pm posted by

The Partnership for a Drug-Free America recently launched two new initiatives to address the specific needs of Hispanic and military families when it comes to having conversations about the risks of drug and alcohol use. As an extension of Partnership’s Time to Talk movement, the Spanish-language program, known as Habla Con Tus Hijos,” and the military-specific program both encourage parents to initiate and maintain open and honest conversations with their children by providing them with helpful tips and tools available online for free download.

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