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Bigger Tires Equals Bigger Smiles, All Thanks to Public Relations

Fat biking is a relatively new phenomenon among the biking world. While its popularity is gaining momentum, its riders still make up a small number of the cycling community. For decades, the snowy months of winter meant it was the “offseason” for many riders and time to trade in their bike for alternative training options […]

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Where Do I Stand on Inclusion?

On April 4, I flew to Portland, Oregon, to attend the PRSSA 2019 National Assembly to serve as the delegate for the University of Nebraska–Lincoln Chapter. While there I had the opportunity to network with other PRSSA Chapter presidents and learn from some stellar public relations professionals. I also participated in the voting for new […]

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How to Turn Your Passions into a Career

It’s another family gathering. The aunts, uncles and grandparents are all asking the same questions: How’s school? Are you interning? What’s your major again? Will you find a job? What do you want to do after graduation? Are you excited about what you’re doing? With all of these questions, it’s easy to get overwhelmed and […]

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Forge Your Future with Point Park PRSSA

We are very excited that this convergence of business, marketing and communications can take place in the heart of downtown Pittsburgh. A city that is quickly becoming an ever-growing nerve center of nationally distinguished public relation firms and standout leaders within their respective industries. Throughout the Forge Your Future Regional Conference, you will be able […]

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Tips for Aspiring Public Relations Black Pros

Black History Month is a time of revering past and present trailblazers of the African diaspora in all communities and professional fields. Attending a historically black college or university is like walking in a living textbook where many of these pioneers studied and jump-started their careers. Of the 101 HBCUs in the nation, each rooted […]

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Why You Shouldn’t Take My Advice

Not that you need the reminder, as I’m sure you’re currently experiencing it but when it comes to your career everyone is full of advice. From where to apply to what events to attend, it’s an endless sea of “you should’s” and “remember to’s.” It comes from a genuine place of wanting to help you […]

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William B. Marks, APR, Fellow PRSA: A Mentor and Trailblazer in PR

This article is part of a mini-series celebrating the first-ever Black PR History Month, showcasing individuals of color and the influence they’ve had on the public relations industry. Read more here. William B. Marks, APR, Fellow PRSA, is a mentor, champion for education and trailblazer for the public relations industry. With over 30 years in the […]

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City Series: Phoenix, the Bustling City with Lots to Offer

I moved to Arizona from Minnesota when I was 9 years old. At the time, my knowledge of the “old west” was gleaned from what I saw on television or in the movies. I envisioned riding a horse to the one-room schoolhouse, miles away. And that couldn’t have been further from the truth. Our bustling […]

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Public Relations Through the Lens of Manhattan

When people think of New York City, the quintessential symbols come to mind: taxis, pretzels, rushing to work in the streets of Manhattan and sky-high office buildings. Terms often associated with NYC are “fast-paced,” “ever-changing,” “opportunity” and “stress.” Public relations has had a habit of matching NYC in some of its symbolism. The practice is […]

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May Monthly Reading Round-Up — Happy Chewbacca, Ethical Decision-Making, Transitioning from Intern to Full-Time

Summer is right around the corner. Chapters are transitioning; graduates are job hunting and others are planning summer vacations, leaving little time to catch up on industry news and trends. The Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month: 1. Achieve Success in Communications With […]

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