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5 Essentials for Building a Career

April 17th, 2017 · 1 Comment

Tweet By Alex Thompson When I sought out Ron Culp for career advice in November 2016, I was struggling to receive interest from desirable organizations. Ron urged me to remain steadfast in my commitment to landing a job I was passionate about, and provided invaluable guidance and strategy I could apply to my job search. […]

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In A Heartbeat: A Revolution in Human Communication

April 13th, 2017 · 2 Comments

TweetBy Briana Cunningham Hofstra University’s PRSSA chapter recently hosted its annual spring conference, “Unlock Your PR Potential,” a day-long event including panels of successful professionals talking about their experience in the field of PR, resume critiques, head shots, and a networking lunch. But the real highlight of the day was the keynote address by Ray […]

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Why Your Blog May Suck. 10 Tips to Make It Better

March 30th, 2017 · No Comments

Tweet During my visit to Olivet Nazarene University this week, I picked up a copy of Empowered, the PRSSA chapter’s impressive newsletter. On page 12, I found the following article recapping blogging tips from Anne Waddington and me. Perfect timing for this week’s guest post. Thanks, Jessica. By Jessica Kilbride Employers scoff at physical resumes. […]

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Twitter Matters. Now More Than Ever.

March 23rd, 2017 · No Comments

Tweet By Carol Fowler As one who has studied social media for several years now, I have a few opinions about Twitter that I’d like to share with the many fans of Ron’s blog, especially students. 1. Twitter matters. Now more than ever. Where did I turn for the very latest information about the horrific […]

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CAGE-FREE: Why It’s Good for Communicators to Spread Wings and Fly

March 20th, 2017 · No Comments

TweetBy David Beigie For me, the last twelve months have been about change. Late last year, I wrapped up my time as the Chief Communications Officer at a major insurance company – a company where I thought I would finish my career. But circumstances change and so do leaders and teams – and so it […]

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