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Tips for Landing a Seasonal Job

December 1st, 2018 · No Comments

Tweet By Aaron Mead  If you’re a college student studying public relations, and you need to pick up a few dollars, hang in there. Many companies add staff during the holidays to keep up with increased demand. While it may seem unlikely that a short-term position completely unrelated to PR would open any doors, you never know — […]

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Tags: Guest Post · Job Search

A PR Pro’s Guide to Surviving Holiday Small Talk

November 28th, 2018 · No Comments

TweetBy McClelland Schilling The holidays are right around the corner, and I can practically smell the evergreen and home-cooked meals. But as my desire for eggnog and gift exchanges grows, so does my anxiety at the thought of holiday small talk. “When do you graduate?” “Have you found a job yet?” “Are you dating anyone?” […]

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Tags: Day in the Life · Guest Post

Four Steps to Success at Your Next Job Interview

November 26th, 2018 · 1 Comment

Tweet By Eva Benoit   Arguably, there is nothing as intimidating as going on a job interview. However, there are ways to prepare yourself so you’ll worry less and dazzle your prospective employer more. If you’re looking to do your best at your next job interview, here is all you need to know.   Most applicants for PR […]

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Learn & Reflect: 3 Lessons from Writing Boot Camp

November 16th, 2018 · 2 Comments

TweetBy Madeline Petschow  I’ve been on many adventures in my time at DePaul University. As I plan to graduate at the end of this quarter, I look over my time at DePaul and recall many fabulous experiences as an undergraduate PRAD student. It’s as if students think that experiences should wait until after they finish college. […]

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Tags: Future Leaders · Guest Post

A Guide To Creating Your First Portfolio Website

November 8th, 2018 · No Comments

Tweet Credit: Wikimedia By Patrick Foster Building a portfolio website is one of the best things you can do to boost your communications career. An online portfolio lets you showcase your talents professionally, while demonstrating your drive and organizational skills. A good portfolio improves your chances of finding the job you really want. Recommended reading: […]

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