<strong>How to Organize your First Press Event and not Freak Out</strong>

How to Organize your First Press Event and not Freak Out

In December of 2021, my classmates and I organized our first press event: “Listen to Me! Stories of the Unnoticed” in partnership with St. Anthony Shrine — a Boston church and charitable organization run by Franciscan friars. We wanted to bring attention to underrepresented groups — such as people who are unhoused, struggling with mental health, and members of the […]

Motherhood Empowers Women to Succeed in PR 

Motherhood Empowers Women to Succeed in PR 

I stared down at the two thick lines on the stick of plastic in disbelief. Positive. Though my symptoms over the past few weeks had already confirmed my suspicions, I couldn’t quite believe I was pregnant — again. A million thoughts raced through my mind, but one blasted through all the others: How on earth was I going to finish […]

<strong>7 Sports Lessons to Apply to Your Public Relations Career</strong>

7 Sports Lessons to Apply to Your Public Relations Career

Sports and a career in public relations may have more in common than you might initially think. Being an athlete provides many valuable lessons in life: focus, discipline, risk, and reward. I’ve found that many of these sports lessons can also be applied to a public relations career Practice is the key to success. Have you ever heard the saying […]

<strong>Three Ways to Advance your Public Relations Career During the First Month of College</strong>

Three Ways to Advance your Public Relations Career During the First Month of College

The first month back to campus is the most exciting part of the entire year for many, but it’s also the perfect time to get a head start on career preparation. By harnessing the motivation developed after a long break and utilizing the following methods, students can prepare for opportunities to improve skills and gain connections that may prove valuable […]