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Out-of-the-Park PR

Out-of-the-Park PR

Posted At: February 20, 2013 2:42 P.M. by Jessica Ruffin The smell of freshly mown grass fills your nose, mixing with the thud of shoulder pads colliding against one another. The sound of Air Jordans squeaking on the waxed floor becomes muffled by the growing noise

Audio Interview: Tips with Ketchum Account Executive Cal Michael

Posted At: April 28, 2008 10:48 AM For students preparing to enter the job market or get their first big internship, Cal Michael offers tips and insight into what employers are looking for in future employees. Check out this interview with someone on the other

A New Route to Your Future

Posted At: April 9, 2008 12:24 PM by Amelie Smith Write a paper. Take a test. Give a presentation. Find a summer internship. For some students, work is never ending. As the world is becoming more competitive, hard work becomes more of an expectation. With

Internships and Money — What’s the Answer?

Posted At: May 10, 2010 1:06 PM by Rachel Davis In an industry like public relations, only so much can be learned inside a classroom. A lot of training comes from hands-on experience, and employers expect those seeking public relations jobs to have experience in their

Are Internships a Win-Win Situation?

As a child, summertime meant signing up for camps, going to the pool and relaxing with friends. The only thing that really needed to be accomplished was summer reading. In college, summer takes on a whole different meaning. Students compete to see how much they

Leadership styles in the PR field

What is a leader? Should a leader be humble? Bossy? Encouraging? Defining leadership has never been easy. What makes a leader specifically in the public relations field? Is it knowing how to effectively use social media? Is it having 329,349,085 connections on LinkedIn? Or is

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