Now that you have put the social back into your social media and have become an informed social citizen, it is time to continue on. It is time that you start using social media to make a difference in the world.
[I am participating in PRSSA’s “Progressions Writing Prompt” exercise for April 2014. To learn more, check out this post for details.]
Long nights. Plenty of caffeine. It is that time of year. In between all the studying for finals, we often find ourselves filling out countless internship applications. We meticulously take the time to cater our résumés to each position and try to craft a perfect, creative cover letter. It is a daunting task, but if we work hard, we know that we will score our dream internship.
The internet is an integral part of their daily lives. They wake up every morning to the alarm of their smartphone, check their emails, and get on Facebook. Before heading outside, they check the weather. If they have time, they may even take an Instagram picture of their breakfast. This is my generation. Most of us were born in the late 80s to early 90s and are often referred to as either “millennials” or “Generation Y.”