In the face of COVID-19, people all across the world are finding themselves working from home. Personally, I have been doing my internship remotely for about two months. It did not take long for me to find out what made working at home easier. Here are a few tips: Create a Routine. Creating a routine … Continue reading “How to Rock Working Remotely” by Olivia Christiansen
What are you waiting for? There are a million tasks that need to be completed, and you know which ones fall within your scope of responsibilities and skills. So why aren’t you doing them? If the answer is, “No one has told me to yet,” you’re about to get the leg up on how to … Continue reading The Power Of Initiative
By Kelsey Miller Whether you’re new to running for PRSSA elections or not, there are a few things to keep in mind while putting your cover letter and speech together: Don’t just run for a position to be on Eboard. Be sure that it’s a job you enjoy. If you aren’t thrilled with the duties … Continue reading Last minute tips for PRSSA elections
By: Allison Zullo Scripps PRSSA gathered on Monday, Dec. 1 for its usual weekly meeting. However, this week’s meeting was anything but usual. Why? Because Fred Cook, CEO of Golin, one of the top public relations firms in the world, was visiting Ohio University to speak to PRSSA and other Ohio University students about his … Continue reading Golin CEO Fred Cook’s Career Advice: Improvise More, Worry Less
By Allison Zullo This week’s meeting was the last for the semester. It’s crazy how fast time flies! Announcements Our annual Thanksgiving Dinner is this Monday, Nov. 17 at Ben Clos’ apartment, 317 Palmer Place. Contact Megan Newton if you still want to bring a side dish or help cook. Also, bring a holiday outfit! … Continue reading Fish, Non-Profit PR, and D.C.: November 10th meeting recap
By Allison Zullo As aspiring PR professionals, we are a little too familiar with social media. From Twitter to Instagram to Pinterest, we know the ins and outs of both the personal and business sides. But what about LinkedIn? If you’ve never heard of it, LinkedIn is a social media site where professionals can connect … Continue reading Getting the most out of your LinkedIn
By Marisa Dockum Scripps PRSSA is pleased to gain an eighth professional Adviser, Zach Wright. Zach is a Social Media Strategist at Razorfish in Chicago, Illinois. He has already played an vital role in the successes we have accomplished this year. Zach served as a panelist during our first ever PR Career Week and he … Continue reading Scripps PRSSA welcomes new Professional Adviser, Zach Wright!
By Erin Golden The benefits of studying abroad as a college student can be described just like the places you can go: unlimited. At the risk of sounding like every other student who's had the privilege of traveling, stepping out of my comfort zone and living in a foreign country for a semester changed how … Continue reading Why every PR student should study abroad
By Emily BarberWhat a busy evening for PRSSA’ers! Once again, the seats of Scripps 111 were filled with people – notebooks open, laptops ready, eager to learn.However, what’s a meeting without a few announcements? If you’re interested in being on the Dave Rave Halloween PR team, don’t forget to sign up. Dues-paying members must have … Continue reading Scripps PRSSA 9/30/2013, RECAPPED!
The first Scripps PRSSA meeting of the 2013-2014 school year will take place tomorrow, September 9. In accordance with tradition, Aaron Brown of Fahlgren Mortine Public Relations will be the keynote speaker for this kickoff meeting. A career agency professional with a deep passion for his clients' and the agency's success, Aaron plays a leadership role … Continue reading Get ready for the first PRSSA meeting of the school year!