The 7 Valuable Lessons I’ve Learned as Meetings Director

By Becky Kazenoff Obtaining the role as the meetings director for PRSSA was exciting but nerve-wracking at the same time. I have the responsibility of communicating with potential speakers for our meetings, with all of my work in the spotlight for those to see. This can amount to putting some pressure on myself because IContinue reading “The 7 Valuable Lessons I’ve Learned as Meetings Director”

My Summer Internship at HUNTER PR

By Rachel Ornstein Internships took a big hit this summer due to the coronavirus, as many of them were postponed until next summer, transitioned to remote, or canceled altogether. This summer, I was lucky enough to virtually serve as the Barbara Hunter Fellow at HUNTER and I had a fantastic experience. Grace Leong, CEO ofContinue reading “My Summer Internship at HUNTER PR”

How I Filled the Void During Quarantine

By Neha Shanker Uncertainty is all around us, now more than ever. The current COVID-19 pandemic has forced us to adopt new routines and challenged us to live a semblance of normal life within the boundaries of strict safety precautions. Despite the abrupt change of pace, canceled internships, and postponed summer plans, the silver liningContinue reading “How I Filled the Void During Quarantine”

Why I Joined PRSSA/What I Have Learned

By Danielle Raskin It was week one of college and I was slowly starting to get into the swing of things. I was sitting in my 250 people communications lecture, chit-chatting away with my friends until a voice came to the microphone. It was the previous President of PRSSA who was on the mic sharingContinue reading “Why I Joined PRSSA/What I Have Learned”

A Letter To Our Seniors…

Dear Seniors,  While of course this is not how most of you expected your college experience to end, we wanted to congratulate you on this milestone. We wish you the best of luck in your future and hope that when you land that job, you look back on how PRSSA helped you.  In the future,Continue reading “A Letter To Our Seniors…”

Grad School & PR: What’s the deal?

By: Jenna Newman “You don’t need to go to graduate school for PR.” “Only go to grad school if they pay for it.” “Grad school is a good way to broaden your network and learn more about the field.” These are all the different things I heard throughout my junior and senior year, which madeContinue reading “Grad School & PR: What’s the deal?”

Why Should You Take Communication and Persuasion?

By: Matt Caplan Over the course of the semester, I’ve had the opportunity to take a great class that has helped me gain pubic relations skills, as well as how to create effective communication campaigns. This class is called Communication and Persuasion (COMM452), and it has been great in helping me understand how persuasion worksContinue reading “Why Should You Take Communication and Persuasion?”

First Online Meeting Featuring Kerry Cheney

By: Sammy Chmara Even though we couldn’t meet in person for this weeks meeting, we did have the opportunity to have a live zoom session with an experienced Public Relations and Media Relations specialist! Kerry Cheney; a University of Delaware alumni, currently serves as Vice President of OGILVY in NYC. She began her Public RelationsContinue reading “First Online Meeting Featuring Kerry Cheney”

Public Relations Related Things You Can Do During The Coronavirus Pandemic

By: Katie Coulson Have lots of free time all of a sudden? Still trying to be productive but failing and giving up? Here are some simple tips to help a public relations student stay motivated during the Coronavirus pandemic! Start a blog. With all the time you potentially have, start writing down your thoughts. ItContinue reading “Public Relations Related Things You Can Do During The Coronavirus Pandemic”