Tag Archives | public relations

What to do After Graduation

What do I know about graduation? I’m just a student myself, making the decisions we all make. So, I started asking people for advice. After talking with several professionals, I’ve compiled a few steps for you. Define your options Imagine you are at a buffet. You stare at three different food options, read the reviews, […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

PRSSA’s Best and Brightest: March Internship Review

It is beginning to look a lot like…spring time! Do you know what that means? Internship hunting season is in full bloom. If you are looking to move to a new, cool city or stay in your loving hometown, there may be an internship just for you. Although it is April, there are still numerous […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

JoBros the PR Pros

If you listen to music, keep up with pop culture or have an Instagram account, you may have heard that the Jonas Brothers are back together. After taking five years apart to focus on themselves individually, the boys are back and better than ever. Current and aspiring public relations professionals can learn a few things […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Betsy Day

With March being National Women’s Month, Samford University’s PRSSA Chapter will be showcasing and honoring the wonderful women of public relations. One woman in particular sticks out to us. Betsy Plank, or shall I say “The First Lady of public relations,” hits close to home as she was a graduate from the University of Alabama. […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

A Seat at the Table and a Chance to Speak

As an aspiring Communications professional and a woman of color, I have undoubtedly had a different experience trying to break into the public relations industry. I personally understand the importance of fair representation and strive to be a part of the continued effort to diversify the industry through acts of inclusion. It is especially important […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

“PRedict Your Future” With the Chicago PRSSA Chapters

Columbia College Chicago, DePaul University and Loyola University Chicago Chapters of PRSSA have joined forces to bring together two days of awe-inspiring events for students across the nation! “PRedict the Future” was made by students for students who are driven to be leaders of the public relations industry. The three schools are coming together for […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Ring In the New Year with Resolutions and Regional Conferences

There are a number of opportunities to advance your education, broaden your network and launch your career with the Public Relations Student Society of America, and there’s no better time to seize the benefits of your membership than with the start of a new year. If your resolutions include focusing on professional growth and networking […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Public Relations and Influencers – Name a More Iconic Duo

Influencers have been the cool kid on the corporate block since 2004 but US companies have been slow to keep up with basic influencer etiquette. In October, Forbes released yet another article about the influencer pitfalls that trap many social media managers. These pitfalls can be avoided by understanding the fundamentals of influencer culture. Edelman’s […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Invention in PR

Public relations has earned its seat at the decision-making table. But another meeting happened before we got here and we probably weren’t invited. Each time a public relations team readies itself for a launch, the product has already been determined, developed and maybe even packaged before we’re brought in. Sometimes public relations helps inform certain […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }

Five Lil Wayne Quotes to Get You Through Your Hardest Internship

Today, Lil Wayne is making a comeback with his “Carter V” album. His life has been quite rough, but he is still standing strong on the other side of it and rapping the truth of his story. A lot like Lil Wayne’s life, internships look like sparkling opportunities but are actually hard. Interns do the […]

Read full story · Comments { 0 }