William Dodds

A page for my writing clips

Thank you for visiting my online writing portfolio. This page is designed to showcase the writing clips that I have published for a number of professional and student organizations over the past several years. My clips include newspaper stories and columns, blog entries, research papers, press releases, and fundraising proposals. Due to my versatility as a writer, I am confident that my skills can be used to contribute to and help achieve the goals of your organization.

My relevant employment/work history:

--Editor, Technology Publishing Company, 2013 - present
--Blogger, Cameroon Football Development Program (CFDP), 2012 - 2013
--Communications Intern, The Bravo Group, 2012
--News/Sports Reporter, The Duquesne Duke (University Newspaper), 2009 - 2012
--Student of International Relations, Spanish Language/Literature, Journalism, Duquesne University, 2008 - 2012

Find me on the Web!

--Read my blog from Cameroon, Africa: www.mongoball.blogspot.com
--See my photoblog from Europe: www.euroblogdodds.blogspot.com
--Connect with me on Linked-In: www.linkedin.com/in/williamdodds
--Follow me on Twitter @dodds4president


The Challenge of Change
Bids Invited for 1877 School Project : Durability + Design News
The Kansas State Historical Society is seeking contractors to restore a 136-year-old one-room school house in Topeka.
A fundraising plea from CFDP
Boston Seeks Bids for Tower Restoration
The City of Boston is seeking bids until Feb. 7 for the restoration of the Fort Hill Tower, a historic standpipe, located in the city's Roxbury neighborhood. The Cochichuate...
International Womens Day Feature: Esther Dang
A CFDP Preview: #AFCON2013 Championship
An #AFCON2013 Game for the History Books
African Cup of Nations 2013: Mid-Competition Update
Cameroon: A Less Traditional AFCON 2013 Participant
The Colors of AFCON 2013
African Cup of Nations 2013 Preview
Smallman Street Deli: Keeping bellies at Bravo Pittsburgh full
Smallman Street Deli is a small, locally owned deli right around the corner from Bravo Group's Pittsburgh office in the city's Strip District, where Bill, Matt, Kim, and I...
Bravo gives props to its vets!
In light of Veterans Day, Bravo would like to use today's blog post to honor all those who have served in the United States military and thank them for their dedication to...
About: Sam Arcieri
As our internships at Bravo Group near an end, I took the time to talk with Sam Arcieri, our intern in Wayne, to ask her about herself, her experience at Bravo, and her future...
Get out and vote today!
About: Kim Whetsell
If Kim Whetsell was a guy, I'd bump her fist because she's as cool as a dude. She's composed, chillin', and she gave me half of her rueben sandwich for lunch today. It's all...
Press Release: CCA student wins figure skating competition
This is when you know you work at Bravo
When you sit in an office for eight hours every day at the same seat, at the same desk, with the same people around you, you get used to the regularities of your surrounding...
About: Pittsburgh
About: Pittsburgh The history of Pittsburgh dates back to June, 2010 when the Bravo Group opened an office here. The arrival of the firm in Pittsburgh brought in thousands of...
There's a Baby Boom at Bravo
Bravo Awarded for Communications Excellence
Bravo's Tips for Interviewing
Like many other college students, recent graduates, and interns around the country, Sam, Minette, and I are developing perhaps the most important set of skills we need as young...
Sporting Rivalries within Bravo Group
What's good Bravo?
Since graduating college in May, I couldn't remember being more excited to apply for a job than I was when I applied for The Bravo Group internship in Pittsburgh. It was June...
Press Release: Pittsburgh teacher prepares for virtual school year
Press Release: Back to school means logging online for one local family
US foreign policy towards Argentina's Dirty War, 1976-1983
Duquesne to honor judge with award
Richard Posner will be given the Dr. John and Liz Murray Excellence in Scholarship Award on March 22.
Experts address Marcellus Shale drilling
Kent Moors, a political science professor, discusses Act 13’s environmental provisions during the Regulating Marcellus Shale discussion in the Power Center Ballroom Tuesday.
Restructuring American Democracy from a Comparative Perspective

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