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PRΣΣA: It’s all Greek to Me

Photo courtesy of Brian Hammel Based on Greek Life’s reputation, I never thought I would rush a fraternity, let alone become an executive member. Not too long after joining, I found that being in Greek life provided another opportunity to apply PR knowledge to a different kind of ‘client’—particularly when it came to recruitment. As […]

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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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Prepare for the School Year Ahead

Ah, summer. A time all college students look forward to — dreaming of summer days at the pool or beach and the joys of having no class for three months. These three months give students an ample amount of time to look back at the previous year and to get ready for the school year […]

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Running Into the Public Relations Industry

School, internships, friends, family and life are not always easy and often must to choose between the difficult path or the easy one. Most would choose what is easy because it requires less time and effort — but where is the reward in that? Oftentimes people will tell you to choose the easy way because, […]

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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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May Monthly Reading Round-Up — Branded Content, Crafting Pitches, Career Advice, Crisis Management

As summer vacation begins, it is often difficult to stay up-to-date on current events and industry new. Don’t worry — Progressions has you covered! Below are eight interesting articles you may have missed this month. It’s Time to Take the Brand Out of Branded Content Author: Molly DeWolf Swenson Publication: AdWeek With the hype of […]

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Paquet Takes His Public Relations Skills Across the Pond

Jordan Paquet spends his weeks near a fjord at the Oslo-based headquarters of Helly Hansen, a clothing brand widely known for their technical sailing, performance skiing and premium workwear lines, working on the global marketing team. His weekends are often spent in the mountains or exploring his natural surroundings in Norway and he believes he’s […]

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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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AP Style Quiz 2

As public relations professionals, it’s important to master AP Style. The Progressions Style Quizzes are designed to test your knowledge of word usage, spelling, grammar and punctuation as laid out in the PRSSA Style Guide and AP Stylebook. Take the quiz below to see how much you know about AP Style.

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Career Advice for Recent Graduates from the Pros

Thousands of public relations graduates hit the workforce after graduation every spring with internships, writing experience, 4.0 GPAs and volunteer experience neatly organized on their resume as it is sent it out to dozens of potential employers. Once you’ve landed that first job, how can you ensure your own success? Professionals in the field offer […]

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