With increasing competition in the job market, graduate school has become standard for many people to get jobs in their field. While a career in public relations has never required a graduate degree, recent studies are showing that a combination of graduate school and work experience could maximize one’s PR career. Most PR professionals would … Continue reading Education Vs. Experience: How Combining the Two Could Maximize Your Career
After over 3 months of sweet summertime, it is finally time to let go of the carefree days and fall back into the semester’s grind. For most students, back to school does not just mean classes, but also a large list of extracurricular activities and a social life. Don’t let the stressful semester take over … Continue reading Back to School, Back to Chaos
As the weeks of Summer continue to pass, students everywhere are starting to prep for their return back to campus. Among those students are a very special group --the seniors. The one's who are prepping to make this return from Summer for the last time. There are many challenges that incoming seniors face as they … Continue reading Senior Year Prep 101
We are officially less than two weeks away from the beginning of a new school year. For myself, it will be my final year at Temple and yet I can remember being a freshman like it was just last week. Going from being a senior in high school to a freshman in college is a … Continue reading Welcome to College
Upon entering college, students are told from day one not to get distracted from the original goal: go get good grades and land a great job. It is usually assumed that the highest GPA will land the highest paying and most satisfying job. While grades will play a huge role in your academic and post graduate life, … Continue reading Be More Than a GPA
Starting off a new semester as a seasoned sophomore, I have learned a thing or two about how things operate in a university setting. There are a couple things that I wish I would have known last year when I started the semester, so I put together a list of tips to help make the … Continue reading Starting Off The Semester On The Right Track
As PR students, one thing we never stop hearing is how many possibilities are available to PR majors. Luckily for us, this couldn’t be more true! Public relations is an extremely large field, and there is no one type of PR. From in-house to agency, the possibilities are truly endless. With so many different possible … Continue reading Minor Details: 5 Minors That Compliment a PR Major
Doctors have it, lawyers have it, and now PR pros have it too: a title. You may notice that your PR professors may have APR next to their name. So, what does that mean? APR is short for Accreditation in Public Relations, a graduate program designed to demonstrate competency in the knowledge, skills and abilities … Continue reading What does Accreditation in Public Relations (APR) Mean?
Ahh… school is back in session. This means the daily grind of waking up early, going to class after class, finishing continuous amounts of work for the week, and going to bed at an ungodly hour is about to take over the lives of thousands of college students around the country. With all of that … Continue reading Back to School, Back to School, to Prove to Daddy I’m not a Fool!
As the majority of college students already know, social media sites are becoming more and more popular every year. A whopping 94% of first year college students use them almost every day. While the use of these sites could be thought of as a distraction, a recent study has shown that incorporating Twitter into the … Continue reading College Students Use Twitter to Boost their GPAs