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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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A Five-Minute Guide to Crafting your Five-Year Plan

“So, what’s next?” These words ring all too familiar. Whether you just completed the internship of a lifetime or said goodbye to a leadership role in a beloved organization, you’ve probably been asked this question. The power that these words hold, although most likely stemming from the good intentions and genuine inquiry of a beloved […]

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Day in the Life Of: Ben Butler, Firm Owner Extraordinaire

This is a post on behalf of the PRSA New Professionals Section’s monthly series for PRSSA titled “Day in the Life Of.” The series journeys through various new public relations professionals’ daily lives, experiences and advice. As a former PRSSA Chapter president and National Committee member, how did you handle being very involved in PRSSA […]

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A Newbie’s Approach to a Student-Run Firm

The University of North Texas PRSSA Chapter launched its first student-run firm this semester under the direction of Lizzie Smithson (@Lizonomics). Beginning a firm from scratch requires patience, commitment and teamwork. We want to share a few tips that we found helpful with other Chapter leaders who are thinking about or are in the process […]

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What’s Your Take on the H.P. Case?

On August 9, 2010, The New York Times published an article discussing allegations that Hewlett-Packard CEO Mark V. Hurd had sexually harassed a coworker and falsified business expenses. According to the article, the H.P. board of directors turned to their public relations representative, an employee at the APCO public relations firm, for counsel. The practitioner […]

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