Internships are always a hot topic. It’s all about where to find them, how to get them and how to sustain those work relationships. Networking is the foundation of unknown success. Here are current, real-life examples of what you can do to better your brand. Cover letters and resumes: Temple University has fantastic resources for … Continue reading Internship Tips & What You Can do to Better Your Network
Summer break is a time for rest and relaxation, but it isn’t completely stress-free. One of the greatest stressors of the sunny season is the barrage of questions from family members and friends who are dying to know answers to their inquiries that you might not know yourself. These questions can blindside you at barbecues, … Continue reading Answering “How is the job search going?” and other awkward questions during summer break
It isn’t a secret that PR majors make great friends. We are outgoing, driven, and full of energy that often spills into various parts of our life. However, our passion for PR and success can lead to trouble, especially when we are friends with other PR majors. Suppose your best friend lands an internship that … Continue reading Breaking Bonds: Friendship Troubles in PR
We've thought long and hard on how to master the first impression. Some of us still reign better than others. But while we're stressing out over our showing our future employers our best appearance, we stay blind to what it's like to be on the other side of the interview. First impressions influence the way … Continue reading Management: Avoiding First Impressions
Sometimes the first date can be extremely nerve racking. You walk into a nice restaurant and there is your date patiently waiting for you to sit down. You wish you were at home binge watching Netflix, but now you’re here so you may as well make the most of it. The first date jitters are … Continue reading Nailing The First Date
Interviews can be a stressful ordeal. It feels like everything from the experience on your resume to your interview outfit are being scrutinized and evaluated. And often, interviewers really are looking at ever little detail. But one of the biggest communicators during an interview may be something that isn't said at all. Your body language … Continue reading What is Your Interview Body Language Saying?
It’s funny how you hear stories about how going to a family holiday party when you’re older is a horrific experience full of questions like, “Are you dating anyone?” or “How old are you now?” But if you are a senior like me, then you can relate to hearing the most terrifying question of all…”So, … Continue reading "Do You Have Any Job Prospects Yet?"
One of the newest trends when it comes to job hunting has been to create your own job. I don't necessarily mean become an entrepreneur and work for yourself, although that is also a viable option these days. It's come to my realization that most of the people I've spoken to about their own job … Continue reading Fake It Til You Make It
The holidays are over, the start of the semester is around the corner and reality is becoming more real. For seniors everywhere, the next few months will be filled with interviewing, resume critiques and (hopefully) receiving the perfect job offer to commemorate four years of hard work. Entering the "real world" can be a looming … Continue reading Four PRo Tips For Job-Hunting Seniors
During job and internship interviews, hiring managers may ask about your greatest weakness to determine whether you are fit for the position. This is a tough question, but luckily you can come prepared to an interview with a solution. When you think about your weaknesses, keep in mind not to indicate any qualities that make … Continue reading Tips For Tackling That Dreaded Interview Question