<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 […]

September Monthly Reading Round-Up — Making Ethically Sound Decisions, Secrets of Great Communicators, Get-Out-The-Vote, Interview Follow Up

September flew by, and the PRSSA 2016 National Conference is right around the corner. Before heading to Indy, make sure you’re up to date on the latest industry news and trends by reading the Progressions Monthly Reading Round-Up. Below are eight article you may have missed this month: 1. Tough Situations: Making Ethically Sound Decisions in Public Relations Author: David L. […]

Sharpen Your Networking Skills, Get Noticed by Professionals at National Conference

With PRSSA 2014 National Conference quickly approaching, I am sure you are actively counting down the days until your trip to Washington, D.C. As part of your Conference preparations, I hope that you’re also thinking about how to make the most of the opportunities that you will have to interact with the 2,000-plus public relations professionals who will be attending […]