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A PRofessional's advice

I usually leave professional conferences with information that helps me do my job better. Student conferences, alternately, are filled with good advice about a profession–and life. 333 more words

Hofstra Public Relations Student Society of America Networking Dinner

PRSSA’s Networking Dinner provides students with the opportunity to meet and mingle with professionals working in the field. This event will be staged in “speed-dating” fashion where each professional has their own table and every 10 minutes, students will switch tables and have the opportunity to talk to each professional. 74 more words

Zarb Means Business

Thank you PRSSA SJSU!

Thank you PRSSA at San José State University for playing Jeopardy! with us. It was really nice to meet you. We want to thank Sudayisi Sebina… 36 more words

My Personal Professional Development

One of the best ways to be able to prepare while in college for your future career is to engage and participate in events, organizations and positions that will provide you with the tools needed to be able to get a job (the goal). 515 more words


YOU Should Apply for GV PRSSA Eboard

I have been a part of the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) since my freshman year of college at Michigan State. I went to the first meeting alone and nervous. 463 more words

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About Me

I am a senior majoring in public relations at the University of North Florida with four years of experience in corporate marketing as a public relations coordinator and social media content creator. 238 more words

Oh Hey... Its ME!!

Hello readers! My name is Daya Davenport I’m 19 years old and a freshman at Missouri Southern State University. I’m majoring in Public Relations. I have no clue as to what aspect of PR I would like to go in; but as I work in my classes and other work on my own time I realize that a communication degree is what I would like to see myself doing later throughout my life. 201 more words

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