The Next Phase of Your Career

Many of us graduating seniors around the country are working on finishing the last semester or quarters, passing on leadership positions to future leaders and enjoying our last few months as college students. It’s also important to start thinking about your career and the tools at your disposal to help in your job search. If you are graduating this spring, […]

Hosting a Twitter Chat

This is a guest post from Vice President of Chapter Development Kion Sanders. Twitter chats are a great way for you to connect with professionals and others, learn about a different industry and enhance your Twitter visibility. Anyone on Twitter can start a chat. If you decide to do so, here are some recommendations. Conduct background research on your chat’s […]

Managing a Crisis

In today’s 24/7 news cycle, it seems companies and organizations are facing crisis situations more often. Yesterday, popular clothing retailer H&M began coping with a crisis threatening the brand’s reputation and contradicting a corporate policy. According to an article in  yesterday’s New York Times, a student in New York found bags of brand new, yet slashed clothes that had been […]

How to Succeed as an Intern

In last week’s post, we discussed what you should be looking for in an internship. Even though not every internship you will come across meets the recommended criteria, the points we discussed should help guide you in your search. On the other side of internship success is you. Finding an internship is one challenge and the first hurdle a career […]

What To Look For In An Internship

Are unpaid internships better than paid internships? Is it better to work in an agency or a corporate setting? What kinds of opportunities will provide the most experiences? During the internship search, there are many different ways to gain public relations experience. Whether you’re working for a corporation, agency or nonprofit, internships are not likely to be the same and […]