Looking for Innovative Solutions? Create a Diverse Team

The next time you’re in a meeting, look around and see who’s involved. Website issues? Interactive department. Employee training? Human resources. They’re experts in the subject, they have experience in the field and surely if anyone can solve a problem, it’s the people who know the most about it. This makes sense, of course. Except that this is not always […]

Six Steps to Acing Your Next Interview

1. Do your homework. Before you pick out your clothes or print a fresh resume, visit the company’s website. Instead of wasting time aimlessly browsing, focus on three key areas: mission statement and values, flagship projects and recent news/achievements. Being armed with simple facts about the organization could make a huge difference to the interviewers. 2. Dress the part. As […]

Intro to Digital Communications

As the responsibilities of public relations practitioners become more diverse, it can be helpful for new professionals to learn untraditional tasks. Pitching media and writing will always be a part of public relations; but as an entry-level professional, I’ve also learned other activities that can benefit clients in more ways than one. Buff up your resume and portfolio by learning […]

December Twitter Chat Highlights: “Preparing for the Internship/Job Hunt”

We’d like to thank everyone who participated in the December PRSSA Twitter chat. Specifically, we’d like to thank co-moderators Vice President of Public Relations, Lauren Rosenbaum, Vice President of Internships/Job Services, Hilary Jurinak and of course Ryan Kahn from MTV’s HIRED! for leading the conversation. Join us on January 29 at 9 p.m. ET for the next PRSSA Twitter chat. Review highlights of […]