Five Helpful Tips to Prepare for Networking Events

By Olivia Falcone This time of year can be stressful for public relations students. The hunt for summer internships is in full swing and networking events for students are a big part of it. Making sure you’re prepared for the next big internship fair or networking event is key to getting that dream position or … Continue reading Five Helpful Tips to Prepare for Networking Events

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

The Importance of Connecting With Anyone and Everyone

Networking is one of the most important things you will have to do during college. Its importance cannot be repeated enough. As the wise saying goes, “It’s not what you know, but whom you know.” While many people follow the routine guidelines of networking, many also overlook the real importance of networking. When networking, you … Continue reading The Importance of Connecting With Anyone and Everyone

Navigating Your First Networking Event

Networking events are a fantastic opportunity to not only get out of your comfort zone but also meet many different people that can help you along your way to success. However, the idea of approaching a complete stranger and trying to introduce yourself can be extremely intimidating and at some times, down right terrifying. I … Continue reading Navigating Your First Networking Event

Hey there, Meet PRowl’s Firm Director

Let me introduce myself! My name is Clarissa Ford, and I’ll be PRowl’s Firm Director this year. I’m eager to take on this role and work with so many of our new and returning PRowlers! I’ve worked for the firm for three years now (WOW, that sounds like a long time!). At the beginning of … Continue reading Hey there, Meet PRowl’s Firm Director

How To Market Yourself Without an Internship

Struggling to find an internship or job without any prior experience? Don’t fret, there are several ways to market yourself as a capable and passionate future employee. First and foremost, be proactive. As a college student, I found that the best way to do so is by joining a student organization relatable to your field … Continue reading How To Market Yourself Without an Internship

Have a PRoactive Summer!

Ah, sweet, hot summer is right around the corner! It’s time for road trips with friends, family vacations, and simply a little bit of relaxation! Now even though resting, relaxing, and having fun are all important parts of the summer break, there are still some things you can do to stay proactive this summer. Participating … Continue reading Have a PRoactive Summer!

Be Brief, Be Bold, Be Gone

The most valuable lessons I have learned during my time at Temple are three simple things: be bold, be brief, be gone. In today’s business world these three pieces of advice can help better your chances to nail that job or internship that the same 30 other people could potentially be going after. Be Bold: … Continue reading Be Brief, Be Bold, Be Gone

Networking is easier than you think

As a graduating senior, I recently have been trying to keep track of my contacts. If you are in college, you’ve heard the saying “it’s all about who you know.” Professionals you meet in college are your contacts, and your contacts are going to help you get a job. I’ve realized there’s many ways to … Continue reading Networking is easier than you think

Senioritis: The Motivation Killer

If you're a senior graduating in a barely a month like me, you've probably got a particularly bad case of senioritis. I prefer to choose sleep or leisure over class, socializing over homework, and general laziness over everything. But while I might prefer to choose all the more fun aspects of college life over the … Continue reading Senioritis: The Motivation Killer