SEPTEMBER 13 – RACHEL O’MORROW, NETJETS

Scripps PRSSA welcomed Rachel O’Morrow to the meeting on Monday, September 13. Rachel currently works as a Senior Communications Specialist at NetJets. Her experience has primarily been in internal communications at NetJets. She is a dear friend and is a 2019 graduate of Ohio University. In her time here, she served as the Managing Director … Continue reading SEPTEMBER 13 – RACHEL O’MORROW, NETJETS

“THE AVERAGE BOBCAT IN 10 YEARS” BY KALEB GONGWER

College – an American rite-of-passage for most young adults finding themselves and preparing to enter the workforce. The tradition has persisted since the founding of Harvard in 1636, but the attributes of college have changed over the course of time. Social norms, pop culture, societal interests and politics influence both the college experience and college … Continue reading “THE AVERAGE BOBCAT IN 10 YEARS” BY KALEB GONGWER

“WHY I LOVE PR” BY KELLY LAMBERS

Well, here I go. I’m going to answer the question for which I can truly write a novel right now. I don’t know how I’ll ever sum this one up — there’s a lot to unpack. This is why I love PR. Stories and people. Those are my life passions. I wanted to incorporate those … Continue reading “WHY I LOVE PR” BY KELLY LAMBERS

AUGUST 30 – CIDNYE WORK, FACEBOOK

Scripps PRSSA was thrilled to be back in-person for the first time since March 2020. We welcomed our speaker, Cidnye Work from Facebook. Cidnye is a Ohio University alumnus who was involved in Scripps PRSSA and even served as Chapter President. She had internships with Red Frog Events and FCB Chicago. Her current role is … Continue reading AUGUST 30 – CIDNYE WORK, FACEBOOK

“How is public relations starting to look Post-COVID?” By Lauren Reed

There is no doubt that COVID-19 has impacted nearly every aspect of society. The publicrelations world is no exception. Many aspects of PR, such as big events, had to be rethoughtduring the pandemic in order for companies to stay in business. Though progress towardsnormalcy has been made, many events and routines still remain changed by … Continue reading “How is public relations starting to look Post-COVID?” By Lauren Reed

“From Prometheus to Press Releases: How Pursuing Uncommon Specializations Can Shift Your Perspective” By Katherine Keber

What do public relations and ancient history have in common? Not much, if you ask most people. But for me, these two disciplines could not be more complimentary to one another. When I was a freshman at OHIO, I planned on picking up a minor in an area adjacent to communication -- something like marketing … Continue reading “From Prometheus to Press Releases: How Pursuing Uncommon Specializations Can Shift Your Perspective” By Katherine Keber

“How to succeed in your own space on someone else’s time” By Jack Hiltner

Remote internships skyrocketed in the last year due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic and while the contact with our peers has been extremely limited, it has its own benefits. For one, we’ve become a lot more comfortable in our work space because we designed it ourselves. It’s been a breath of fresh air being able … Continue reading “How to succeed in your own space on someone else’s time” By Jack Hiltner

“5 Steps to Building a Personal Brand with Social Media in College” By Olivia Strauss

College is an interesting time. Most people are learning who they really are and finally realizing how they want to put themselves out there. For many, college also marks the beginning of their career. This can come in many forms from internships to leadership opportunities to campus involvement. Building a personal brand with social media … Continue reading “5 Steps to Building a Personal Brand with Social Media in College” By Olivia Strauss

“Making the most of your internship” By Macy Cantrell

The competitiveness of internship season makes an internship offer incredibly meaningful. After all the hard work that goes into applications and interviews, it’s important to make the most of your accomplishment. The purpose of an internship is to learn, so take advantage of every opportunity for self-improvement. Put effort into every task (no matter how … Continue reading “Making the most of your internship” By Macy Cantrell

“How to Prepare for Internship Application Season” By Olivia Christiansen

Applying to internships is almost always a stressful process and can leave applicants feeling burnt out. Fall internship applications will be opening soon, making this the perfect time to brush up on your application habits and gather some tips to make the process easier! Take your time searching. Applying for internships is not a quick … Continue reading “How to Prepare for Internship Application Season” By Olivia Christiansen