Tips for Students on Working with PR Professionals

Recently, I was invited to take part in a networking event called “speed mentoring” hosted by Eastern Michigan University’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA). Think speed dating, but better. It’s a chance for public relations students to connect with PR professionals by asking questions about resumes, internships, PR jobs and more. It also
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AP Style broke my heart

Last night, while sitting on the couch getting my fill of March Madness and exploring the Twitterverse, I stumbled across some disturbing news. According to a Poynter article, AP Stylebook editors have decided to allow the use of the word “over” when referring to quantity. AP Stylebook Editor Darrel Christian had this to say to
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10 tips to maintain a work-life balance

For PR professionals, there generally isn’t a 40-hour work week or a typical work day. Early mornings, evenings, and weekends – we work when we’re needed and until the job is done, so it’s important to find a balance to make sure you remain productive at work as well as happy and healthy on a
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