3 Books to Read for Aspiring PR Professionals

In the public relations field, writing is one of the most important tools we have. However, instead of creating content, we can turn to books from some leaders in the field for meaningful advice. Here are only a few of the inspiring and informational books that the PR world has to offer. Each one ofContinue reading “3 Books to Read for Aspiring PR Professionals”

#UDPRintern: A Winternship to Remember

My name is Amanda Schuman and I’m a sophomore communications interest major. I have been a member of PRSSA-UD since fall semester of my freshman year, and as someone who wasn’t entirely sure what to be when I grew up, it was a great organization for me to join. PRSSA introduced me to many aspectsContinue reading “#UDPRintern: A Winternship to Remember”

A beginner’s guide to making the most of Night With the Pros

“Whenever and wherever you can, network.” Stephanie Mantegna, a PR professional, gave this advice to a room of excited students at last year’s Night With the Pros. As this year’s #NWTP approaches our Chapter, there are a few networking tips for beginners you should know to ensure you stand out from the crowd. Often theContinue reading “A beginner’s guide to making the most of Night With the Pros”

Fall Field Trip: PRSSA-UD Visits iHeartMedia

One of the biggest challenges in most people’s lives is choosing a career path. In fact, there are a ton of different jobs out there that most people are unaware of. That’s why when a select few PRSSA members, myself included, had the chance to go behind the scenes on November 3 and visit iHeartMedia’sContinue reading “Fall Field Trip: PRSSA-UD Visits iHeartMedia”

General Meeting Round Up: What You Missed on 10/6

At last week’s general meeting on October 6, we discussed the PRSSA 2014 National Conference in Washington D.C. which was attended by representatives from our Chapter, including executive board and general members. At this conference, our e-board had the opportunity to meet and interact with their counterparts from other universities in different activities and workshops. Before we wereContinue reading “General Meeting Round Up: What You Missed on 10/6”

Social Media Safety Tips for Young PR Professionals

With social media being such a great outlet for people to speak their minds, it also has created an issue—what is too much to be put online? What is okay to be shared, and what should not be?  Sometimes, it is hard to determine, but it is important for students looking to enter the worldContinue reading “Social Media Safety Tips for Young PR Professionals”

PRSSA- The Reason I’ll Be Successful

One word to describe the first day at your first internship? Horrifying. Walking into Needham Partners on my first day of my first ever internship was one of the most nerve-wracking  days of my life. I was so scared I wasn’t going to be good enough, that I wasn’t going to be the intern theyContinue reading “PRSSA- The Reason I’ll Be Successful”

New executive board spotlight: Program Director, Sydney Scheiner

– Name: Sydney Scheiner – Class year: Junior – PRSSA E-Board Position: Program Director – Nickname: Squidney – Favorite meal/foods: Breakfast is my favorite. Put pancakes and eggs in front of me and I’m the happiest person alive – If you could meet anyone: If I could meet anyone, it would have to be Amy Poehler and/or Tina Fey. – DreamContinue reading “New executive board spotlight: Program Director, Sydney Scheiner”

#UDoPR: PRSSA-UD’s Unforgettable Day in the City That Never Sleeps

“Everything I owe to PRSSA. I would not be here without it.” – Grace Leong, University of Delaware Communication alumna and owner of Hunter Public Relations. Two weeks ago, fifteen members of PRSSA-UD traveled to New York City for the semester’s agency field trip. The weather threatened to downpour, but never once did we haveContinue reading “#UDoPR: PRSSA-UD’s Unforgettable Day in the City That Never Sleeps”