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Changing your voice during a global pandemic

This summer, many students did not get the opportunity to fulfill their internship. I am grateful to have my current role as a marketing intern at Working Partners, a company offering drug-free workplace services for other businesses. I have taken advantage of this opportunity to learn valuable information about social media, especially in the midst … Continue reading Changing your voice during a global pandemic

Creating a professional opportunity during a global pandemic

This unprecedented time in our lives has been a difficult adjustment for us college students, there’s no doubt about that. As I was preparing for my summer internship in Connecticut, it was soon canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic. I found myself frustrated and feeling hopeless at this loss because I was excited about what … Continue reading Creating a professional opportunity during a global pandemic

5 Benefits of Corporate Communications

Many young communications professionals wonder about the major differences between corporate and agency public relations/marketing. Is one better to work in than the other? Every person’s experience working in both agency and corporate is going to be different, but there are distinctions to each. Before my current role as a marketing intern for a corporation, … Continue reading 5 Benefits of Corporate Communications

‘PR’ODUCTIVITY TIPS FOR WORKING AT HOME – SIERRA HEILMAN

As PR professionals, we are well versed in our computer skills. Almost everything we do is completed by the touch of our fingertips, which means that our job gives us the unique ability to work from anywhere. I’m sure most of us would love to be sitting beach-side writing press releases and creating brilliant campaigns … Continue reading ‘PR’ODUCTIVITY TIPS FOR WORKING AT HOME – SIERRA HEILMAN

A THANK-YOU LETTER TO DR. STEWART

Dear Dr. Stewart, Dr. Stewart, the outgoing director of the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism On behalf of the Hugh M. Culbertson Chapter of PRSSA (Scripps PRSSA), thank you. Thank you for your dedication to the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism as the school's director and continuous mentorship to Scripps PRSSA members. From bringing in … Continue reading A THANK-YOU LETTER TO DR. STEWART

Senior Farewell: What You Take with You – Sami Morsink

“And what did you take away from today’s lecture? Anyone?” I sit in my very first college classroom and watch as the professor glances around the room looking for someone to single out to answer his question. At the time I wondered why it mattered. I wondered what it even was that I took away. … Continue reading Senior Farewell: What You Take with You – Sami Morsink

Senior Farewell: A List to PRSSA – Hannah Schuller

Ever since I joined PRSSA, I knew this moment would come – a graduation filled with proud moments and painful goodbyes. I never expected it to be like this, virtual and non-existing and way too soon, but we’re still doing the best we can to make memories. I think my journey to PRSSA is one … Continue reading Senior Farewell: A List to PRSSA – Hannah Schuller

A GUIDE TO JARGON AT YOUR INTERNSHIP – HALEY BENDER

If you have watched "The Office," you might remember the scene where Jim is asked to create a "rundown" in season five episode 21. Jim has no idea what creating a “rundown” means and struggles throughout the day to figure it out. This scene describes a lot of my summer internship. In the corporate and … Continue reading A GUIDE TO JARGON AT YOUR INTERNSHIP – HALEY BENDER