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10 Steps to Creating Impactful Programs for your Chapter

This year I served as the programming director for Wayne State University’s PRSSA Chapter in Detroit, Michigan. This position entailed planning events, panels and agency tours for our members. Creating worthwhile programs provides students with opportunities they would not have otherwise. Some of our events included resume workshops, the power women panel, the entrepreneurship panel, […]

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Advance Your Career Instantly: Obtaining an Online Certification

Between classes, internships and PRSSA, public relations majors are constantly building their resumes to become the top future professional candidate. However, if you’re looking for a winter break challenge or looking to diversify your experience from your peers, there are inexpensive ways to expand your business and communications knowledge. Online certifications can help give students […]

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Bridging the Gap: Steps to Strengthen Your PRSA/PRSSA Relationship

As aspiring public relations professionals, we have lofty dreams of one day graduating, moving to an exciting city and doing … wait, what exactly is it we’ll be doing after this? The truth is, we gain public relations knowledge from classes, hoard experience from internships and plant the seeds of a fruitful network by being […]

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Four Simple Ways to Connect With PRSA [Infographic]

Editor’s Note: To commemorate PRSA/PRSSA Relationship Month, PRSSA is running a series of posts on how to grow your relationships within the profession. An archive of PRSSA professional development posts can be found here. More information can also be found in the PRSA/PRSSA Relationship Manual. How do you connect with PRSA? What advice do you […]

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How to Motivate Apathetic Members

Every Chapter has them; yet, no Chapter knows exactly what to do with them. They’re the members who attend an occasional meeting but never seem to get further involved. How can you motivate your apathetic members to tap into their potential and make the most of their own membership? It is about showing what you […]

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