An Inside Look to nycPRGirls: Personal Lessons on Juggling Life, Work and Responsibilities

An Inside Look to nycPRGirls: Personal Lessons on Juggling Life, Work and Responsibilities

Multitasking is one of the hardest learned skills. Between juggling clients, your personal life and any outside responsibilities, it is easy to feel overwhelmed. While I have a fulltime job, I am also a co-founder of the blog nyc PR girls ( alongside Meg, a best friend of mine I met during my first official job out of college. We […]

An Internship (Mostly) From Home

Many students commute to the nearest big city from where they live to complete an internship. I was expecting to do the same, but then I was introduced to an agency called True Digital Communications, based out of Solon, Ohio, a Cleveland suburb. True Digital’s founder and principal, Chris Baldwin, told me he had grown tired of commuting and had […]

A Look into Fashion PR

A Look into Fashion PR

My Experience Ever since I can remember, I have been interested in fashion. I was introduced to public relations in a high school speech class and became immediately and immensely intrigued. During freshman orientation at Auburn, I learned that public relations is a growing field in the fashion industry, so I picked up a major in public relations as well […]

Progressions–PRSSA’s Redesigned Blog

PRSSA is proud to announce that what was previously known as the Blog is now to be known as Progressions. Progressions will serve as an enhanced communication vehicle for PRSSA members, Advisers, students and professionals. Progressions will make content more accessible to members by growing the platform as a place to give and receive tips and lessons from all aspects […]

Unemployment’s Silver Lining

For members currently without full-time work and seniors fearful of the economy, take heart – there is a silver lining to unemployment. I’m living it. If you’re like me, you’re passionate about one communications niche. After interning for the Philadelphia Flyers, experiencing the rush of working the Stanley Cup Final and, as a result, recognizing my passion for the hockey […]

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 […]