By: Amanda Gans
I like to view education in a classroom as the foundation and application of that education as the walls, ceiling, and roof that make a house complete, homey, and your own. In high school, my interests lay in math, science. and language. I attribute this to both the hands-on approach in these subjects and to my amazing educators in these specific subjects. When I moved on to college, those interests in the classroom turned into curiosity and application outside of the classroom, making my education mine. I focused on three main areas:
By: Benjamin Bachman
One of my favorite strategies in our toolkit at PR With Panache! is Growth-Driven Design (GDD), a relatively new approach to website design and marketing. Developed by HubSpot’s Luke Summerfield, GDD is a powerful way to align the business goals of the C-suite with the work of marketers as they build and improve on their website and marketing efforts.
By: Emily Bryan
What do I want to be when I grow up? What will make me happy? Where can I go from here? I had no answer to these questions throughout my earlier years of education. As a first-generation college student, it was tough for me to know what my next steps were after graduating high school. I can still remember asking one of my teachers if I was supposed to apply as an undergraduate or graduate student. I had a long journey ahead of me.
By: Jacob Hanson
When COVID-19 forced districts around the country to move to distance learning this spring, some edtech companies inundated schools with marketing messages for products that may or may not have been helpful. As the school year ended, an article in THE Journal summed up many educators’ marketing fatigue: School Superintendents to EdTech: ‘Please Stop.’
PR with Panache! exists under the premise that we can have an impact on the equitable access to a high-quality education for all, regardless of ZIP code, race or creed. In this spirit, we stand firmly behind the Black Lives Matter movement.