Scripps PRSSA was more than pleased to welcome Rod Colon from Rod Colon Consulting to speak to the Chapter. Rod Colon has shared 25 years of experience as a corporate HR management insider specializing in Diversity and Inclusion, professional networking and career coaching. He graduated from Georgian Court University and was inducted into the Georgian … Continue reading September 9 – Rod Colon, Rod Colon Consulting
Another school year, another Scripps PRSSA Executive Board! Your 2019-2020 E-Board has been working hard all summer long to prepare for the exciting year ahead. We have a lot planned and can't wait to share it with all of you. We're thrilled to see all of the returning Scripps PRSSA members and meet some new … Continue reading Introducing Your 2019-2020 Executive Board!
It is the beginning of my final year at Ohio University, and I am what you would call a “sad senior”. I am excited, however, for this academic year. I have created my Senior Year Bucket List, and at the top of the list is 1804 Communication. I have been a member of 1804 Communication, … Continue reading Join Our Sister Organization: 1804 Communication!
Hey Scripps PRSSA – welcome hOUme! I hope your summer was filled with relaxation, good times, and even better Instagram photos. Many of you held internships this summer and worked summer jobs. Some studied abroad. Others used this summer as an opportunity to reset for the busy semester ahead. Or, maybe you’re an incoming freshman … Continue reading Scripps PRSSA 101: Your Guide to a Great Year
Hey there Scripps PRSSA - it’s me, your immediate past president! Thought you could get rid of me that easily? HA, nice try. When your current VP of PR reached out and asked me to blog about what I’ve learned and what I’m doing, I audibly laughed. Me? A source of wisdom? I’ve only been … Continue reading Post-Grad Life with Brigitte Meisse
After months of filling out applications, revising resumes, and drafting cover letters, you finally land that coveted internship. You can’t wait to practice what you’ve learned in your classes and couldn’t be more excited for the opportunities that lie ahead. But then, you remember your internship is unpaid and your excitement fades. This is a … Continue reading Making the Most of an Unpaid Internship
Sometime during my first semester in PRSSA, a PR pro offered our exhausted Monday group a piece of advice: come into the office knowing today’s headlines. If I remember correctly, this advice came from Fahlgren Mortine’s Arron Brown. March of 2018 was only my second month of being in PRSSA. As a non-journalism student, I … Continue reading Study the Local News, Not Just National Headlines