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July 31, 2014

Kaplow Goes to Morry’s Camp

The Kaplow team recently spent the day with campers at Morry’s Camp in Glen Spey, N.Y. The residential camp is the anchor program for Project Morry, a non-profit, year-round youth development program that empowers youth from at-risk, economically challenged communities to envision a positive future. For more than a decade, Kaplow has been a part […]

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April 14, 2014

Topping Off the Glass

I love many things about the communications business: watching ideas get put into action, seeing that great writing is still alive through new ways of storytelling, presenting a case in a room that brings a smile to the faces of people who have heard almost everything. But what I love most is when people bring a […]

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April 11, 2014

Spring Internship Highlights

As a two-time Kaplow intern (and now 5-year employee!), I’ve found our internship program to be one of the most hands-on and enjoyable in the industry. Here, our 2014 Spring interns highlight some of their personal experiences from their semester at Kaplow! Meet the Media The highlight of my internship with the beauty division was […]

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February 20, 2014

Pop Culture Squad’s Trip to LIVE with Kelly and Michael

Kaplow’s Pop Culture Squad recently attended a taping of LIVE with Kelly and Michael. As members of the audience, we witnessed the dynamic duo discuss current events and interview two very impressive guests. Mashable’s editor-at-large Lance Ulanoff demonstrated the latest gadgets from the 2014 International Consumers Electronic Show. While some of the tech toys didn’t […]

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February 12, 2014

How to be a Mentor Without Really Trying

I’ve always thought that there wasn’t much to add to the world about the merits of being a mentor. We know mentors have real value in today’s workplace. We all want to pay it forward but often we worry about the time commitment. I am a firm believer you can be a mentor without really […]

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