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How to Still Get Your Dream Job in a COVID-19 World

  “What do you want to be when you grow up?” You’ve heard this question your whole life. You’ve dreamed and hoped for what the future held and now, after sifting through options, you have a better idea of what you really want. Plus, you’ve put in years of work to get there. Yet, just […]

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How to Move Forward While Staying in Place

First and foremost, breathe. We’re living during a time in which the world, in many ways, has turned upside down. As a young professional and recent college graduate, I am overwhelmed by case numbers and a career that has not started off the way that I planned. But what I’ve learned during this time can […]

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How to find Your PR Niche!- an Infographic

View the infographic here We have all been asked the most daunting question for college students: “What are you going to do with your life with your degree?” This question is very overwhelming considering how vast the options are in our field. There are opportunities for public relations specialists in every line of work, from […]

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Self-Leadership: A 3-Step Guide to Achieving Personal Success

By Mihaela Plugarasu and Heather Bermudez, APR J.K. Rowling, LeBron James, Serena Williams, Michael Jordan, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Walt Disney, Dr. Seuss, Steve Jobs, and other well-admired individuals, made the impossible the inevitable through their exquisite ability to self-lead. What do these leaders have in common? How did they beat all the odds?  There […]

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How to Construct your Personal-Professional Purpose Statement

I struggled through my last internship. I was so excited to start it and I hoped to learn a lot from the company with which I was about to spend my summer. The company was cool, the environment was fun, the work was high in quality but for some reason I dreaded going into the […]

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New Pro? No Problem

Breaking into the real world is a lot less like a break-in and a lot more like a lonely drop off. Learning how to navigate the professional world, work culture, workplace competition and your actual job duties can be challenging. Lucky for me, I’m surviving it all so here’s a few tips and some truth […]

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Podcast with the Pros: Heather Whaling

Heather Whaling, CEO and founder of Geben Communication, takes the German root of her company’s name to heart. Geben, which means “to give,” focuses on providing its employees with a quality work experience. She also focuses on this meaning throughout other aspects of her life. Heather is an advocate for women and girls in the […]

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Podcast with the Pros: Steve Radick

In the first episode of “Podcast with the Pros,” Steve Radick, Vice President of Public Relations and Content Integration at Brunner and PRSA Pittsburgh Chapter President, discusses his experience in crafting the most buzzed about 2017 Super Bowl commercial, agency life and why every PR student/professional should join PRSSA/PRSA. Listen here! — Natalie Gloady is […]

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Paquet Takes His Public Relations Skills Across the Pond

Jordan Paquet spends his weeks near a fjord at the Oslo-based headquarters of Helly Hansen, a clothing brand widely known for their technical sailing, performance skiing and premium workwear lines, working on the global marketing team. His weekends are often spent in the mountains or exploring his natural surroundings in Norway and he believes he’s […]

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How to Launch Your Career in College

Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions a person will make. As a student with so many options, deciding which career path is right for you can be difficult. Thankfully, many universities have resources available to students who are undecided. I sat down with James Haung, a career adviser at the New […]

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