PSG Culture

PSG Winterfest 2017

By Publishing Solutions Group|2018-11-02T15:25:13-04:00December 21st, 2017|

For the holiday season, Lori treated the PSG team to dinner at the Capital Grille in Burlington, MA. While dining on delicious steaks, fresh and crisp salads, savory fries, creamy mashed potatoes, as well as other incredibly yummy food, we enjoyed each others company and conversation. Ending the dinner on a sweet note, we all indulged in the lavish desserts the restaurant offered. [...]

PSG Takes Ken Out to the Ball Game!

By Publishing Solutions Group|2018-11-02T14:35:36-04:00June 22nd, 2017|

Losing an MVP to retirement can be bitter sweet, however, it is still a time to celebrate so PSG took Ken, VP of Sales & Development, to Fenway Park for one last hurrah! We had #imwithKen stickers made so Ken had his very own team for the day! We toured the field, seeing Fenway Farms and some legendary baseball memorabilia—such as Babe Ruth's [...]

Kudos to Ken—PSG’s Ken Scherpelz Retires

By Publishing Solutions Group|2018-11-02T14:32:46-04:00June 16th, 2017|

Please join us in extending the very best wishes to our VP of Sales and Business Development, Ken Scherpelz, as he retires from Publishing Solutions Group after 11 years of dedicated service. Ken has a long and storied career in educational publishing. After receiving his BA in elementary education and English from Augustana College, Ken entered the workforce as an elementary school teacher. [...]

Tales of Talent: The Secret Skills of the PSG Staff

By Marianna Sorensen|2018-11-02T13:29:53-04:00March 30th, 2017|

Among the staff at PSG there are all sorts of talents. There is, of course, great skill in our many publishing services, but everyone’s skills here go beyond those. We have everyone from athletes to musicians and performers. I’m proud of my gymnastics history. I competed on the uneven bars and I loved those dismounts off the bar even if I never quite [...]

Our First Jobs: Movies, Snacks and Get-Well-Soon Cards

By Samantha Perry|2018-11-02T13:16:38-04:00March 16th, 2017|

During the interview for my first job at a coffee shop, I was asked what my greatest achievement was. Being only 15 at the time, I was hard-pressed for an answer and honestly can’t even remember what I sputtered out. Luckily, my response was good enough and I was hired, spending the next several months learning different coffee combinations and how to perfect [...]

Star Struck: PSG Brushes with Fame

By Abbrianna MacGregor|2018-11-02T10:52:02-04:00October 18th, 2016|

Flashing lights, portraits in magazine spreads, endorsement deals, paparazzi . . . sound like your lifestyle? I didn’t think so. The elusive nature of Hollywood habitués renders their way of life all the more intriguing. For many of us less glamorous folk, this fascination with fame causes us to break into a cold sweat and lose our ability to speak when we find ourselves in the [...]

Outside the Office: PSG’s Own Musicians

By Kate Domenichella|2018-11-01T10:56:28-04:00June 14th, 2016|

PSG boasts a surprising number of musicians in the office. Almost every staff member has had experience playing music at some point, and the staff’s talents range from beginner’s experience in elementary school with a recorder to playing the clarinet in a high school competition in Hawaii. Currently, Ken sings with his church choir, but in the past, he sang with several college [...]

Outside the Office: PSG’s Own Athletes

By Tanya Seamans|2018-11-02T12:04:36-04:00September 8th, 2015|

It should come as no surprise that a career in publishing is not particularly physically demanding. Looking around the PSG office, I feel I can safely say that many publishing jobs involve a lot of sitting and staring at a computer. And this is true of many others; compared to our parents and grandparents, we are spending increasing amounts of time in environments [...]

PSG Summerfest 2015

By Publishing Solutions Group|2018-07-30T13:03:33-04:00August 27th, 2015|

Traveling via party bus, staff members headed into Boston, where we had a picnic in Christopher Columbus Park with delicious sandwiches and goodies from Bittersweet Bakery. Then the whole team hopped aboard a Duck Tour for a historical tour of Boston by land and by sea (or, specifically, the Charles River). We concluded the beautiful summer’s day with ice cream at J. P. [...]

Paw-blishing Solutions Group: PSG Pets

By Ali Dokus|2018-11-02T12:30:21-04:00July 16th, 2015|

When I’m not interning at PSG, I also work at a doggie day care. I have gotten to know about 40 dogs, from miniature dachshunds to German shepherds to English bulldogs to Great Danes. I rub bellies, toss Frisbees, serve lunch, referee scuffles and scoop poop. Even before this illustrious canine career, I was always a dog person. I grew up with a [...]

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