The Intersection of PR and Social Media

Over the years, social media has slowly become one of the most critical aspects of public relations. Most people, no matter their age, has at least one social media account. Social media is now the way to reach a large group of people; however, there are specific things to keep in mind when making PR […]

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5 Career Tips for the Young Professional

I, like many other attendees at this year’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) National Conference, was in search for some career advice. The public relations industry is competitive and for most of us, getting our foot in the door can be challenging. However, with a little guidance and proper execution, it can be […]

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First day at PRSSANC 2018

After attending the PRSSA National Conference in Austin, Texas, I gained new insights about the public relations industry and gained more confidence about my future in this field. Throughout the few days I attended, I learned new ideas such as branding myself, how to manage crisis and learning how technology can advance the public relations […]

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5 Steps To Making Your Business Instagram Stand Out

Instagram has over one billion active users so how are you going to make yours stand out from the rest? These five steps are a great way to make people want to hit that follow button. Step 1: Pick a Theme The first thing to think about when creating an Instagram is, who is your […]

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Tips for Acing the Job Search

This piece is part of the new series, New Pro? No Problem: The PRSA New Professional Guide to Success. The fall semester may feel like it’s only just begun, but now is the perfect time to dive into your post-grad job search (or summer internship search, if you’re not yet a senior). Sure, May is still […]

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Networking Tips That Will Make You Stand Out

The birthplace of a career opportunity is always the same — and it isn’t on a job board. It’s at a table, in a text or within a Slack channel, where the inevitable question arises for the very team looking to fill the role: “Do you know anyone who would be perfect for this?” My […]

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The Feeling of Relief; PRSSANC 2018

“Make sure you pray before and after you get off the plane. And don’t forget to call me as soon as you land!” That was the statement my mother said to me as I boarded my third flight. I can’t begin to explain the feeling of nervousness and anxiousness that overwhelmed my body. It’s the […]

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PRSSANC 2018: Experience in PR and Life

When I received the news that I had won the PRSA Foundation Travel Grant I was excited because I was going to have the opportunity to go to the PRSSA National Conference and see familiar faces again and also I was going to participate in a larger conference than the previous one, where I was […]

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Connect, Link and Dream. Reasons Why You Should Have Created a LinkedIn Yesterday

As a junior in college, I still run into people daily who don’t see the need for a LinkedIn profile. “I’m only a junior,” they say. “I’ll do it next year.” Here’s what I have to say about that —  while they’re setting up their LinkedIn profile 365 days from now, I’ll be starting a […]

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How to Wow Your Supervisor as an Intern 

You landed an internship. You want your superiors to see your potential even when you may not love every moment in the workplace. Here is how you can wow your supervisor through your time at the organization and gain better knowledge in your role. Watch and learn – Be sure to ask questions. Ask for […]

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