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How to Pack for International Conference

The PRSSA International Conference is a four-day experience where students get the opportunity to network with professionals and learn more about the public relations profession. As the Conference Committee, we are so excited to host this year’s Conference in sunny and beautiful San Diego. San Diego is known for its bright, sunny beach weather. In […]

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PRSSA National Assembly, the Benefits of PRSSA National Conference With Intimacy

As I prepared for the PRSSA 2019 National Assembly, I had a decent idea of what to expect at a national event. I had attended the PRSSA 2018 National Conference in Austin, Texas, this past October. After shaking the initial feeling of being a deer in headlights by seeing almost 1,000 fellow members in attendance, […]

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How To Be a True Professional

Professional development is a broad term used to describe or inform someone on how to appear and behave professionally. With the PRSSA International Conference coming up, this area of professionalism is super important for how you’ll go about networking and meeting new people. Professional development is an ongoing process that not only helps you build […]

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What I Didn’t Expect to Learn from National Conference

In the fall of 2017, I was a first-time sophomore on my Chapter’s executive board. Our Chapter had decided to go to the annual PRSSA National Conference and I couldn’t be more excited to attend. I paid a fee, packed my bags and hoped in a van with seven other Chapter members to take the […]

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Three Ways to Prepare for the PRSSA 2019 International Conference

The PRSSA 2019 International Conference is an event that brings communications students from around the world together for professional development and networking. Attendees will have the opportunity to participate in numerous sessions that will shed light on current topics and trends in the field of public relations. In addition, students will be able to attend […]

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Five Things To Do in San Diego

The beautiful San Diego Bay was founded in 1769 when the Spanish started to build missions across California. On Sept. 9, 1850, California was granted statehood by the United States of America. Shortly after, San Diego’s population steadily grew during the 1860s, which then led to the establishment of the city hall in 1874. From […]

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The First PRSSA International Regional Conference in Lima, Peru

Greetings from the first ever PRSSA International Regional Conference in Lima, Peru! This conference, held from April 19-20, was one that truly embodied the South American spirit while maintaining public relations principles. From the technological set up, to the Peruvian style lunches, to the presenter tables set up outside the conference theytruly delivered a conference […]

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City Series: Public Relations Thrives in Indianapolis, the Crossroads of America

If you’re like many public relations students, you may feel you should move to a big city such as New York, Los Angeles, Chicago or Atlanta to have a flourishing career after you graduate. I thought that, too. I went straight to New York City after graduation to work at a public relations agency. However, […]

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PRSA General Sessions: Jim Cantore and John Lewis [National Conference Session Recap]

Do What You Love and You Will Never Work a Day in Your Life Event: Weather or Not: Making Connections in the Dynamic Media World Presenter: Jim Cantore, Host and Meteorologist, The Weather Channel Recap: When Jim Cantore was in high school, in the event of snow, he would stay up all night to shovel […]

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