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2019 International Conference Part 1

This is the first of what will be two blog posts sharing the experience, almost in real-time, at the PRSSA 2019 International Conference in San Diego, California, taking place October 18–22, 2019. “Let’s take a journey,” PRSSA National President Nicholas Goebel sang to 700 students while kicking off the Chapter roll call alongside the National […]

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Instagram According to Ashley Longshore

Let’s face it, the 9–5 desk job just isn’t for everyone. With the growth of social media and technology, more and more are turning to an unconventional work approach and for some, it is working quite well. How does making $1.3 million in under 2 hours on Instagram sound? To some, it sounds rather unattainable. […]

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Introducing the 2019–2020 Publications Committee

As the 2019–2020 vice president of brand engagement, I have a number of responsibilities aimed at guiding the reputation of PRSSA and providing opportunities for our members. This work entails quite a bit in order to get it done right. Luckily for me, I have a group of enthusiastic leaders who will support the work […]

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International Conference — Twitter Chat Recap

Thank you to everyone who participated in our International Conference Twitter chat, “How to Make the Most Out of PRSSAIC.” This chat was co-hosted by the 2019 International Conference Committee (@PRSSAIC) and Vice President of Digital Communications Carolyn Lok (tweeting from @PRSSANational). The Conference Committee consists of Conference Director Kayla Fernandez, Programs Director Kristen Anne Cuaresma and Communications […]

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How to Successfully Manage Your LinkedIn Profile

With great resources comes great responsibility. LinkedIn is a great way to interact with your professional contacts but if you don’t use it wisely, you are likely missing out. So what can we do as future PR professionals to ensure we are building a LinkedIn profile that will help us get the job once we […]

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Leading Your Small Chapter to Great Success

If you have 0–30 members in your PRSSA Chapter, congratulations, you have what is considered a small Chapter! While low numbers can be intimidating and concerning at times, it does not mean your Chapter is any less than those who have 50 members and beyond. Small Chapters can conquer incredible things with the right determination […]

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Ethics Month – Twitter Chat Recap

Thank you to everyone who participated in our Ethics Month Twitter chat, “Like Nobody’s Watching: The Role of Ethics in PR.” Specifically, we’d like to thank our co-hosts Vice President of Professional Development Joe Dunay (@JoeDunay13) and Vice President of Digital Communications Carolyn Lok (tweeting from the @PRSSANational account) for guiding the conversation. The Twitter chat was […]

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Esports Has a Branding Problem

One of the hottest words in the gaming industry right now is the term “esports”. This “explosive billion-dollar industry,” as coined by a CNN headline, has become synonymous with pretty much all forms of gaming entertainment. The visibility of gaming and esports is something that should be celebrated within the industry but also carefully looked […]

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[Editorial] How a Programmer Became Your Editor in Chief

If you would have told me in high school that I would major in public relations, you would have received a response asking what that was. Now you are reading an editorial I wrote while overseeing the blog of an organization for students interested in communications. And at least one person believes in my passion […]

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Turning Internships Into Job Offers

It is important to make a major step in your career in your early ages because your academic years are about to end faster than you think. Likely, you have heard before that you must get some work experience before you jump into the world of work. Later you will thank yourself for putting your […]

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