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What I Didn’t Expect to Learn from National Conference

In the fall of 2017, I was a first-time sophomore on my Chapter’s executive board. Our Chapter had decided to go to the annual PRSSA National Conference and I couldn’t be more excited to attend. I paid a fee, packed my bags and hoped in a van with seven other Chapter members to take the […]

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Alabama, Boston, North Carolina—January and February Regional Conference Preview

Regional Conferences are kicking off this month, with schools from all over the country ready to host conferences for everyone to enjoy. The University of Alabama is first on the list, hoping to help all attendees fine-tune their public relations skills. Boston University and the combined forces of Elon University and University of North Carolina […]

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3 Effective Ways to Start Your Internship Search Now

Too often, the pressures of new class schedules, quizzes and activities get in the way of starting the journey to scoring what will have a tremendous impact on your career—an internship. Looking for your ideal internship is a process that takes a long sequence of preparation to land in the right place. Here are three […]

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5 Tips from a Past National Conference Attendee

Nothing is more exciting than traveling and meeting new people, especially when you are alongside more than a thousand other people who love the public relations profession just as much as you do. In 2009, I attended the PRSSA National Conference in San Diego, where I got my first inside look into the industry. Two […]

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Takeaways from National Conference

Jessica Lawlor is president of Temple University’s PRSSA Chapter. When Jessica graduates from Temple in spring 2010, she would like to work in health care public relations or for a publishing company. In her free time, she enjoys writing and would like to one day publish a novel. Find her on Twitter and check out […]

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