Making the Most of a Summer Without a Traditional Internship

“With the continuing development of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, we have decided to postpone the internship program for summer 2020.” It’s a sentence many public relations students received in the early wakings of COVID-19 — a devastating blow to all students who have applied to internships over semester. I, for one, felt out of … Continue reading Making the Most of a Summer Without a Traditional Internship

#ScrippsSummerChallenge Week 2 & 3

By Cidnye Weimer The #ScrippsSummerChallenge is now in full swing! The challenge for week 2 was to start a blog if you didn't already have one, and if you did already have one share the benefits of blogging. VP of Member Relations, Jess Carnprobst, shared some tips on how to start a blog for those that … Continue reading #ScrippsSummerChallenge Week 2 & 3

10 websites that’ll make you a better blogger

By Morgan BorerBefore the age of the Pinterest – a bottomless pit of fashion, food, craft, wedding, home décor and career inspiration -- where did college girls spend hours upon hours in hot pursuit of the perfect chevron canvas? Where did fashionistas go to find the ideal fur vest and plaid button-down combo? Who did … Continue reading 10 websites that’ll make you a better blogger

Why you should have a personal website as a PR professional

By Kelly Hayes When thinking about personal branding online, the first thought that comes to mind is usually social media. However, what else can be done? A personal website is the cherry on top of your personal brand. It explains your personality, your skills, who you are and what you do. Why have a personal … Continue reading Why you should have a personal website as a PR professional