By Briagenn Adams
We’ve heard it before – in our Scripps PRSSA bootcamp, in our weekly meetings and while networking with professionals; the best way to leave a lasting impression is to send a handwritten thank you card.
Whether it is sent to a past employer or simply a friend, a handwritten thank you card is a nice gesture that will ensure that you are remembered. This week our #ScrippsSummerChallenge was to write a thank you card to a past mentor and vow to keep in touch.
Check out these tweets from our members who participated in #ScrippsSummerChallenge Week 5!
Pretty cool, huh? Manners are always appreciated, especially in the workforce. (And you might even receive donuts in return… Can you say yum?!)
For those of you who haven’t yet participated in #ScrippsSummerChallenge, it’s never too late! For Week 6, make a connection with a PR professional in your favorite city and share your reaction on Twitter. Don’t forget to hashtag #ScrippsSummerChallenge!