How To Prevent Burnout In College

By William Careri In the current job market where simply having a bachelor’s degree is not enough, college students are continuously pushing themselves to fill their resumes and portfolios with valuable extracurricular's. While this looks phenomenal to an employer when applying for internships or jobs, the inevitable burnout a college student will face is sometimes … Continue reading How To Prevent Burnout In College


How to make the most out of your Internship

By Allison Eckel Internships. Whether you have one currently, completed one in the past, or are frantically looking for one for the upcoming semester, they can be daunting at first. However, the experience gained is invaluable and the skills learned are crucial to being successful in your desired field. Below are four tips to follow … Continue reading How to make the most out of your Internship

The Gillette Campaign: Choosing a Side

  By Paul Bilardo Undoubtedly most people have heard of shaving company Gillette’s most recent campaign coinciding with the #MeToo movement that struck the internet like a storm and got those who were silent to begin speaking. The short film advertisement, named We Believe: The Best Men Can Be tackles modern social conflict including sexual … Continue reading The Gillette Campaign: Choosing a Side

Personal Branding Tips for College Students

The earlier someone begins branding themselves, the better! Branding takes time. There are simple ways that college students can begin branding themselves for their futures. An effective personal brand provides peer, colleagues and potential employers with a glimpse into the future professional you strive to become.    Blog Writing Launching a personal blog the easiest … Continue reading Personal Branding Tips for College Students

Getting “Kicked Off” the PR List

The online beauty community of Youtube is currently one of fastest growing genres on the platform with new creators posting daily. The market is saturated with beauty and lifestyle brands and there is no short supply of people on the internet to help promote them. The beauty industry has been cashing in on creators, influencers, … Continue reading Getting “Kicked Off” the PR List

Five Ways to Reuse Old Content

Work smarter, not harder should always be kept in mind when creating content for your social media platforms. In 2018, there are numerous ways to produce and display content creatively across a wide span of social media platforms. With a society full of phones buzzing with distracting notifications and the constant promise instant gratification, the … Continue reading Five Ways to Reuse Old Content

PRowl’s Executive Board Attends the 2018 PRSSA National Conference

The PRowl Executive Board and PRSSA Chapter President traveled to Austin, Texas for the 2018 PRSSA National Conference. We arrived in Austin on Thursday, Oct. 5 and departed in the early afternoon on Tuesday, Oct. 9. The conference spanned from Friday, Oct. 6 and wrapped up with a gala dinner on Monday, Oct. 8. At … Continue reading PRowl’s Executive Board Attends the 2018 PRSSA National Conference

10 Tips for Travel Writing

“Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller.” – Ibn Battuta Traveling is something that many people think is a crucial part of becoming a more well-rounded person. It’s also something that many of us want to do before we get bogged down with jobs or other future commitments. This coming … Continue reading 10 Tips for Travel Writing

Interning and Inspired

Currently, I am interning with the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). I have always had a strong interest in the healthcare industry; therefore, I continue to be intrigued by the hospital’s brand, initiatives, and patient services. Yet, more often than not, I find myself taking off my PR lens and still being inspired. CHOP is … Continue reading Interning and Inspired