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Is Personal Branding All That It’s Cracked Up to Be? YES!

Over the last five months, the CEO of You series has taken off even more than I expected. The apex was appearing at last October’s PRSSA National Conference in Philadelphia. The response from the students in attendance and on social media was way beyond any expectations. Was I an original adopter of personal branding? No. […]

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Philadelphia Forecast: Things to Know Before Coming to National Conference

Being a first-time visitor to Philadelphia or even a rookie attendee of the PRSSA 2013 National Conference (or both) can be very intimidating. From city crosswalks to meeting industry titans face-to-face, it can all seem overwhelming. The Conference Committee is here to help and has put together a list of a few friendly reminders and […]

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Breaking Out of Your Shell: Make PRSSA National Conference and Other Networking Connections With a Winning Approach

For many natural-born networkers, attending their first PRSSA National Conference or any similar type of large-scale professional development event can seem like a dream come true — oodles of fresh faces to meet and greet, all the while connecting and trading Twitter handles with both students and professionals from every corner of the country. But […]

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October Twitter Chat “Maximizing Your @PRSSANC Experience” Recap

Thank you to everyone who participated in our National Conference-themed Twitter Chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank co-hosts Drexel PRSSA and Vice President of Public Relations, Ben Butler (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account), for leading the conversation. Don’t forget to visit the National Conference website, Facebook and Twitter for more updates. Join us on November 12 at 9 p.m. ET for the next PRSSA Twitter Chat: […]

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Philly on a Budget: Opening Your Mind More than Your Wallet

Visiting Philadelphia for the PRSSA 2013 National Conference could be expensive, but it doesn’t have to be. This year’s Conference program has been tailored by the Conference Committee to provide you with numerous opportunities to explore the City of Brotherly Love – but not at the cost of your bank account. If van Gogh is […]

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Gearing Up For A Google Keynote–National Conference

What is one website I can most likely guarantee you visit every single day? Google. Timothy Jordan Back in April, PRSA hosted the annual Digital Impact Conference in NYC and I had the pleasure of attending a keynote address by Timothy Jordan, a senior developer advocate at Google’s headquarters in California. After the session, we had […]

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August Twitter Chat Highlights: “Setting Your Chapter Up For Success”

We’d like to thank everyone who participated in the August PRSSA Twitter chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank co-moderators Vice President of Public Relations, Lauren Rosenbaum and Vice President of Chapter Development, Brian Price for leading the conversation. Join us on September 17 at 9 p.m. ET for the next PRSSA Twitter chat. Review highlights […]

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Take Your Opportunity to Network

Take a moment to think about how many “awesome” people are in your PRSSA network across the nation… you may have pictured a few people who are familiar faces in the @PRSSANational or #PRSSA Twitter feed, maybe some friendly faces you miss from last year’s National Conference, or possibly even some mentors who have graduated […]

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How Executive Boards Can Utilize the Summer

As the 2011-2012 vice president for the Illinois State University Chapter of PRSSA , I knew how much work being the president for 2012-2013 would be. However, by reflecting back on my experience as VP, I knew that the best way to combat a stressful school year would be to make the most of the summer. Here are a few […]

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What to do During a Lazy Summer Week

Summer internships are one of the most valuable ways to gain professional experience to put on your resume. However, most internships end a few weeks before the fall semester starts. It’s tempting to turn into a couch potato during those final summer days, catching up on your television shows and not getting up from the […]

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