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Beyond Graduation: Launch Your Career With PRSA

To all the graduating students out there … Congratulations on your graduation! Starting your career is an exciting and nerve-wracking time, and PRSA is here to help you transition from student to professional. You are the future of our profession! Your first step toward professional success is to join PRSA’s vibrant community – it’s the […]

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Do Yourself a Favor

What do a seasoned professional, a novice practitioner and a college student all have in common? They can all benefit from having a . Whatever stage you’re in your career and whatever your age, you can always gain from the knowledge others have to offer. It’s important to have someone invested in your career success […]

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Podcast with the Pros: Jane Dvorak

PRSA 2017 Chair Jane Dvorak, APR, Fellow PRSA has driven communications programs for some of the largest nonprofits. She has used her “thematic planning” concept to boost client programs that have resulted in media coverage in National Geographic and garnered multiple local and national awards. She uses her 30 years of experience to help organizations […]

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New Pro? No Problem

Breaking into the real world is a lot less like a break-in and a lot more like a lonely drop off. Learning how to navigate the professional world, work culture, workplace competition and your actual job duties can be challenging. Lucky for me, I’m surviving it all so here’s a few tips and some truth […]

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Transitioning from PRSSA to PRSA

Throughout one’s college career, it is important to seek opportunities for advancement outside of academia. One avenue is joining pre-professional organizations to gain experience and learn to get a peep into what the professional world is like. Transitioning to PRSSA’s professional organization, PRSA, provides a more realistic immersion into professional practice as students get to […]

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Preparing for APR — Starting Now!

Grab your phone. Set a reminder for five years from today: “APR time! I can do it!” The APR or Accreditation in Public Relations is a voluntary certification program for public relations professionals. The distinction of those three letters after your name sets you apart as a PR pro who has demonstrated broad knowledge, experience […]

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Benefits of Attending PRSSA/PRSA Events

There are many reasons students should join PRSSA — enhance your education, broaden your network and launch your career. The constructive work one does during these formative college years will go a long way in paving the way to success post-graduation. One way a public relations student can aid this success is by attending PRSSA […]

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PRSSA 2017 Leadership Rally Recap

PRSSA Chapter presidents and Student-run Firm directors from across the country kicked off their terms for the 2017–2018 school year at the annual PRSSA Leadership Rally held in Scottsdale, Arizona. Students had the chance to listen to keynote speakers, network with peers and professionals and discuss plans for next year as well as challenges and […]

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How to Make the Most of the PRSSA 2017 National Conference

The PRSSA National Conference is one of the best ways to enhance your education, broaden your professional network and launch your career. This year, the Conference will be in Boston Oct. 6-10. The first thing you can do to take advantage of all the Conference has to offer is register by Sept. 8. You can […]

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How to Launch Your Career in College

Choosing a career is one of the most important decisions a person will make. As a student with so many options, deciding which career path is right for you can be difficult. Thankfully, many universities have resources available to students who are undecided. I sat down with James Haung, a career adviser at the New […]

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