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April Monthly Reading Round-Up — Crisis Communications, Creative Thinking, Al Golin, Spring 2017 Issue of FORUM

As we approach the end of the semester, it can be difficult to keep up with the latest news and trends. Luckily, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up has you covered. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month. Is Reactive the New Proactive? Author: Mike Popowski Publication: Ad Age Traditionally, an advertising […]

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Five PRSSA Membership Benefits That Will Launch Your Career

PRSSA offers a multitude of benefits to all its members. Below are five of my favorite benefits for members to take advantage of. 1. Scholarships and grants PRSSA members have access to more than $50,000 worth of scholarships and awards to apply for annually. Scholarships are not only a great way to fund your education, […]

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January Monthly Reading Round-Up — Trump’s Twitter Environment, Thought Leadership, Filler Words, Winter Issue of FORUM

It’s a new year, and there is no shortage of news. But with the spring semester starting and trying to keep up with resolutions, it’s hard to find time to catch up on the latest industry news and trends. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month. 5 Things to Know About […]

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December Monthly Reading Round-Up — Instagram Live, Comms Pros and the C-Suite, Social Media Monitoring

With the end of the semester and the holidays here, it’s hard to find a moment to catch a breath — let alone read about industry news. Luckily for you, the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month. Instagram Makes Its First Live […]

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November Twitter Chat Recap — Perfecting Your Prose: Best Practices for Writing in PR

Thank you to everyone who participated in our writing focused Twitter chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts, Mary Deming Barber, APR, Fellow PRSA (tweeting from @mdbarber), PRSSA National Publications Editor in Chief Krista Watson (tweeting from @watson_krista) and Vice President of Public Relations Joshua Lachica (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account) for guiding the conversation. Please […]

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How to Stay Involved During the Summer Months Without an Internship

Working as a full-time summer camp counselor is certainly not the same as completing a public relations internship, and neither is completing an online biology course. Despite having a full-time job, taking classes, and participating in other activities, there are many ways you can work on your public relations skills without an internship this summer. […]

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October Monthly Reading Round-Up: The Future of PR, Emotions and Advertising, PRSSA 2015 National Conference

October is over and November is upon us. This means a few things: the PRSSA 2015 National Conference is almost here, we’re over the hump of the fall semester and a whole month of relevant articles has passed. But the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up is here to help. Below are eight interesting articles you may […]

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How To: Learn More About the Different Sectors of Public Relations

When I first decided to major in public relations, it seemed as though everyone asked me the same question, “Do you want to work in an agency or a corporation?” Little did I know then that the job opportunities in public relations are far greater than those two options. Here are some great ways to […]

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Which Came first, the Internship or the Experience?

Obtaining an internship is no easy task. It takes a certain set of skills and a polished resume to land an internship that will (hopefully) guide you to the career of your choice. But what happens when you don’t have the skills necessary for the internship that you want? As a young student in PRSSA, […]

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City Series: Examining the Bustling Public Relations Industry of Nashville

Dynamic. Robust. Diverse. This is the public relations industry in Nashville, Tennessee. The city is well deserving of its nickname, “Music City,” inspired by its recording industry and the bounty of live music performances all around town every night. Nashville is music and so much more, and its public relations industry reflects this. It’s also […]

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