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Caffeinate Your Career: Session Recap

Event: Making a Splash: Beyond Being Hired

Presenter: Steve Radick, Steve Radick, VP, Director of Public Relations and Content Integration at Brunner, President PRSA Pittsburgh… 366 more words

Waynesburg Yellow Jackets at Green Terror [WBB]

Read my article “Terror Women Stung by Waynesburg in Upset ECAC Loss” for the McDaniel Free Press here for a full recap and exclusive interview with Terror Coach Becky Martin. 274 more words

McDaniel Green Terror

Tips to Ace the Interview

You did it! You landed an interview for your dream job or internship, so now it’s time to prepare. An interview is your chance to make a good first impression and showcase your individual personality and skills. 630 more words

Chapter Member Spotlight: Ryan Grossman

Ryan Grossman is from Saxonburg, Pa., and is currently a freshman at Waynesburg University, double majoring in Public Relations and Sports Information. Grossman knew one thing when it came to deciding what he wanted to do with his life: his goal is to combine his love of sports with a career that he would love equally as much. 331 more words

Organization Tips for Public Relations Students

“Life is too complicated not to be orderly.”

While I am by no means a big Martha Stewart fan, this quote from her succinctly describes the importance of organization. 771 more words

New Year, New Semester Resolutions

A new year and a new semester are upon us; some students will make resolutions to clean out their closets, exercise more or improve their grades. 557 more words

FALL 2015: POINT LEADER – Freshman

Freshman year at Waynesburg University can be exciting and overwhelming for any new student, especially one that is involved in the Waynesburg University PRSSA Chapter. New surroundings, being away from parents, exams, presentations, multiple research papers, practicum hours and all of the opportunities that come with being a PRSSA Chapter member are just a few examples of the newly added pleasures and stressors that new students face. 435 more words