Good things come to those who wait

By Alaina DeLeone Any public relations major understands the emphasis on internships. However, with this emphasis comes unnecessary stress. The constant push to find an internship can often deter some individuals from actually applying. In an era where we are constantly wondering what our peers are pursuing in their career, it is easy to get … Continue reading Good things come to those who wait

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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

How to Step Up Your Game on LinkedIn

Keeping up with LinkedIn can be difficult for busy college students, especially in a world in which we are flooded with social media platforms. It can be overwhelming to keep track of them all. One platform that has easily fallen through the cracks for me is LinkedIn. However, it is important to stay active on … Continue reading How to Step Up Your Game on LinkedIn

What are the PR Implications for Teen Vogue’s New Editor?

The renowned editor of Teen Vogue, Phillip Picardi, is ready to pass the reins off to a new editor. Picardi led the makeover of Teen Vogue into a principal performer for Condé Nast. The successor of Picardi’s legacy is Lindsay Peoples Wagner, the current fashion editor at New York Magazine and the Cut. Wagner will … Continue reading What are the PR Implications for Teen Vogue’s New Editor?

“Stop Apologizing So Much” – The Sorry Reflex

“Sorry about that…” “Sorry for getting back to you so late…” “I’m sorry, my bad!” “So sorry…” “Sorry, but I think…” “Sorry to bother you…” For many people, women especially, these phrases come out almost involuntarily. We apologize for everything, from responding to a message late to simply speaking up at a meeting. This is … Continue reading “Stop Apologizing So Much” – The Sorry Reflex

4 Podcasts to Add to Your Library as You Look to Start Your Career in PR

Podcast popularity has spiked exponentially in the past two years – everyone and anyone is listening. There is a podcast out there for every listener, from murder mysteries and conspiracy theories to fashion inspiration and beauty tips. Outside the day to day entertainment, podcasts are also a great place for young professionals to turn to … Continue reading 4 Podcasts to Add to Your Library as You Look to Start Your Career in PR

Never Feel Like You Have to Settle

Taking steps out of your comfort zone are crucial during your college years. Whether those steps are taking on a job where you’re nervous, or completely submerging yourself into a different culture, it can be difficult for anybody. However, in my humble opinion, if you’re going to be outside of your comfort zone, why not … Continue reading Never Feel Like You Have to Settle

Be Passionate About Finding Your Passion

Passion is a word we have heard throughout our entire lives and have hoped one day to understand the meaning. Whether you are a freshman or second semester senior, you will stumble upon it when you’re least expecting it. For me, I found my passion at the most unexpected time — November 2016 during the … Continue reading Be Passionate About Finding Your Passion

7 Professional Tips for Your Summer Internship

April finally made its debut, which means summer is getting closer. The majority of college students’ summers are filled with business pants and lots of coffee, rather than bathing suits and ice cream. Summer internships are not only a great resume booster, but an unforgettable experience. Here are 7 ways to help you be professional … Continue reading 7 Professional Tips for Your Summer Internship

PR Lessons, One Scoop at a Time

Ever since I was a kid, my family has spent each summer in Ocean City, New Jersey. Those three months are always full of trips to the beach, boat outings and late night adventures on the boardwalk. As I got older these summer traditions stayed a vital part of my vacation, but I had something … Continue reading PR Lessons, One Scoop at a Time