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Guest Posting: Couch After College? No WAY! 3 Reasons I WON’T Move Back Home

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Guest Posting:
Couch After College? No WAY!
3 Reasons I WON’T Move Back Home

Anyone who has had the privilege of going to college can attest that it is a rich and profound experience. If you do it right, you go 100 mph the whole time, hopefully balancing studies and a social life. You get to have all of the freedom with relatively little responsibility. And finally, you finish. It feels very much like you are racing down the interstate and suddenly the car is thrown into reverse. The big question is this: what’s next?

My mother has often said that she wouldn’t want my gravestone to read, “Here lies Noah Mayhew of the home.” As a recent graduate of the Public Relations program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, I offer three simple reasons that this absolutely will not happen.

4. Now.. About That Job....

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Noah Mayhew is a recent graduate from the public relations program at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville; the fifth-rated public relations program in the country. As a student, Mayhew held the publicity coordinator position of the Sammie Lynn Puett chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America. As a student of Russian language, he also held an officer position with the Russian Language Student Association. He had three internships as a student, including a position at Ackermann PR in Knoxville, Tennessee.

In his free time, Mayhew loves to cook, study Russian language and watch movies.

Currently, Mayhew seeks an entry-level position with a public relations firm anywhere in the country. For more information, email Noah at noahmayhew7@gmail.com.

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