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Bored in Math Class? Start a Business

September 14th, 2017 · No Comments

Tweet By Jake Skoloda I recently had the opportunity to speak at a national conference, the Marketing to Gen Z Conference in New York. It was a pretty cool experience because I am only 17 years old. My mom and I were invited to speak on the topic of Zpreneurs – Gen Z kids who […]

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Build Your Network, Advance Your Career: Join Now

September 12th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetSummer is over. Time to get back to work—especially if you are a student or young professional pursuing a career in public relations. This time of year provides endless opportunities to engage in events, activities and organizations that expand your network and future job prospects. If you are in college, there is no excuse for […]

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Remembering and Learning From Mike Bonifas

September 6th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetOver the Labor Day weekend, more than 100 friends and family gathered at Powers Lake, Wisconsin to celebrate what would have been the 24th birthday of Mike Bonifas, a promising PR rock star who died suddenly last month from a tragic fall. Mike grew up in Batavia, Illinois, but loved spending every possible free moment […]

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Fostering The Next Generation: PR Pro Bob Kornecki Gives Time, Talent & Scholarships

September 1st, 2017 · 4 Comments

Tweet“We make a living by what we get. We make a life by what we give.” ― Winston S. Churchill By Jill O’Mahony Stewart Bob Kornecki loves a good quote. The Chicago PR pro used many for his inspiring book, “How to Thrive in the Public Relations Business: 35 Practical Tips from a 35-Year Veteran.” […]

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10 Qualities of Strong Job Seekers

August 29th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy Mike Fulton I have had the good fortune of meeting and counseling thousands of job seekers during my life. Former interns and co-workers, my alumni network, congressional aides, reporters and editors seeking to transition their careers, college professors on behalf of their top students, graduates of my own online course, colleagues in professional associations, […]

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