From Intern to Full-Time

From Intern to Full-Time

This post is part of a series of “Lives of New Professionals” guest posts for Progressions. In the public relations industry, intern experience is typically a vital component to landing an entry-level position, especially at a big agency. If you’re already interning at your dream company, you can take the right steps to make your internship a full-time opportunity. I […]

PRSSA National Conference– What Are Your Looking Forward To?

As our members prepare for the PRSSA 2012 National Conference in San Francisco in October, members of the 2012-2013 National Committee shared what about the Conference they are most excited about. [quote]“I am really looking forward to seeing members engage in the different sessions. We have some awesome speakers and plenty of opportunities to learn about all aspects of the […]

10 Tips to Make the Most of National Assembly

Annually, representatives from PRSSA Chapters gather at National Assembly to make decisions that affect the entire Society. This year, PRSSA will gather in Charlotte, NC March 15-18. If you are the lucky delegate from your school follow these 10 tips from the 2011-2012 National Committee to make the PRSSA 2012 National Assembly an event you will remember. If you’re attending as a […]

Motivated? Dedicated? Run for PRSSA National Committee

Ever wondered who manages much of the PRSSA member benefits and national initiatives? The PRSSA National Committee leads these important professional development opportunities. Interested in contributing to national leadership? If you are a motivated student and dedicated Chapter member, running for the National Committee at the PRSSA 2012 National Assembly could be just the thing for you. The National Committee […]

Transitioning: The Journey From PRSSA to PRSA

When I started my college education at Boston University, I knew I wanted to be a public relations major. I immediately became involved in PRSSA, working in particular with Regional Activities (now known as Regional Conferences). I eventually became President of my Chapter, then Vice President of Regional Activities on the National Committee. I considered PRSSA the best part of […]