Starting a new job as a college graduate is a lot like skydiving. Just as you know what’s coming after suiting up and climbing to 13,000 feet before your jump, you know the hypotheticals of what’s going to happen after accepting a new job and finishing the interview process. But, when
At some point in your educational career, you have probably considered changing from your dream major in hopes of a better job. The fear of not making enough for a living can cause you to second guess the true value of what you love to do, and leave you thinking
Public relations can take you a lot of places. Whether you want to be hired at your dream firm or start your own business after you graduate, these 10 things will help prepare you to be successful in whatever you decide to do.
- Develop a marketable skill to set you apart from other candidates
PR professionals are expected to wear
Maddie Butler is a Public Relations student at BYU pursuing her interests in strategic branding and social media. She has a passion for the work she does and loves the exposure public relations gives her to different industries and career paths. Maddie has a passion for social media and branding and enjoys every opportunity she has to learn new things.
“What are you going to do after you graduate?” This is a question that many college students dread. Finding a job post-graduation is stressful and can be daunting. But what if I told you it didn’t have to be that way? What if I told you how to successfully
My name is Kayla Ellis, I’m a Senior studying PR at BYU. I’m currently the Marketing Assistant for BYU Career Services where I work with the Events Coordinator to initiate and carry out projects and campaigns for the office. Working here has given me a real passion for professional development and business casual attire. I hope to intern in Seattle next summer before starting my full-time employment. I seek to influence people, help people, and create things in all of my personal and professional endeavors. Eventually I can see myself owning a non-profit or business along those lines. I could also see myself as “The New Oprah.” Outside of my scholastic and professional life I like to rock climb (but only inside) and to read (mostly self-help, Harry Potter, and C.S. Lewis). However, my main hobby is eating and I have a food blog to prove it.