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Five Ways to Transition Your Chapter Leadership Successfully

It has been a long, productive year. You brainstormed, set goals, met goals, took your Chapter to the next level and fine-tuned your leadership skills. You deserve a break. But first, it is time to transition your successor, and PRSSA National is here to help. The best place to start is our Leadership Transition webpage, […]

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October “Growing Your PRSA/PRSSA Relationship” Twitter Chat Recap

Thank you to everyone who participated in our second October 2014 Twitter Chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts, PRSA Board Liaison Kelly Davis (tweeting from @davispr) and Vice President of Professional Development Dea Pennington (tweeting from @dea_pennington) for guiding the conversation. Join us on Nov. 18 at 9 p.m. ET for the next […]

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Ryan Kahn’s Secrets to Landing a Job After Graduation

*Editor’s Note* A similar version of this article first appeared on Careerealism. Have a Unique Story One of the greatest assets you have when looking for your first job — and every one after that — is your life experiences. Who you are, and what makes you unique and interesting, is something all employers seek […]

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Part 2 — Intern Talk: A Peek Behind the PR Recruitment Curtain

This is Part II of “Intern Talk: A Peek Behind the PR Recruitment Curtain,” a two-part series for Progressions. In last week’s “Intern Talk,” Christine Godbey, human resource specialist for Ketchum/Zocalo Group, shared her answers to questions regarding public relations recruiting. This week, she has even more answers to your biggest recruitment questions to help […]

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June 2014 “Progressions Writing Prompt”

Have you ever wanted to contribute to a blog but were unsure what to write about? Want to enhance your writing skills and have the opportunity to get your personal blog recognized nationally by PRSSA? Participate in “Progressions Writing Prompts,” a monthly writing exercise and contest held by PRSSA. How It Works: Each month a […]

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Big Changes Coming Soon to the PRSSA Blog

Check this space next Monday, June 18, for an exciting update!

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Do You Have Finesse to Ensure Success?

Etiquette is a topic that impacts our future as public relations and business professionals, but it is not a popular discussion topic. I recently had the privilege of attending a workshop that highlighted the positives and negatives of this not-so-popular subject. I quickly learned that if we do not practice good manners, we cannot successfully […]

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Five Tips to Senior Year Survival

Senior year comes with a lot of stress, especially when you have so many things competing for your time (especially job hunting). Before you start planning for the big day, here are some tips to help make the final stretch of your college career a bit easier to manage. With classes, extracurricular activities, job hunting, […]

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Managing Different Leadership Styles Within Your Chapter

As a new school year begins, PRSSA’s 312 Chapters in the United States and one in Argentina will have to adjust to new leadership, new visions and new expectations. Whether Chapter President, executive board member or regular member, you will face a learning curve figuring out each person’s leadership style, especially when planning events, hosting […]

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Collaborating With PRSA

One of the cool parts of my job as National President is my responsibility to work with PRSA. In June, I attended the PRSA Leadership Rally on behalf of PRSSA. Connecting with PRSA leaders from around the country made me realize that PRSA Chapter leaders share many of the same challenges and goals as PRSSA […]

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