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Why I Chose to Master

I chose graduate school because my university didn’t have a public relations track or major in its undergraduate curriculum. I discovered a passion for PR after doing an internship with a local nonprofit organization. A few other factors that contributed in my decision to pursue a master’s degree were: time, opportunity and cost. I decided […]

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Mastering Public Relations Education: Why I Chose to Pursue Graduate Studies

A month has passed since I earned a Master of Science in Public Relations, and I’m still in awe. As I reflect on my journey through advanced studies, I think about frequently asked questions from educators, peers and professionals, the most popular being, “Why did you choose to pursue graduate school?” I have presented and […]

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Getting Hired by Being Yourself: Tips from a New Professional

If you want to land a job in public relations, you need to know how to write engaging copy. You need to understand target audiences, and how to reach them through a variety of tactics. And of course, you need to be professional, smart and a hard worker. We all know these things, but there’s […]

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Five Reasons Why You Should Go to Graduate School

  The time has almost come. You are in your senior year and don’t know what you want to do upon graduation. For students confused about what to do next, reaching out to graduate students at your college or university might have helpful advice to offer. Though the global economy is slowly getting better, I […]

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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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