Telling and Selling the PR Story

Once upon a time: a phrase that is known to all — and for good reason. We live in a world full of narratives, or stories. Our lives are stories containing reveals, plot twists, climaxes, disappointments and heroics. Public relations ...

PRSSA National Conference: Working ethically in political communications

A 45 minute Q&A with Christopher Harvin allowed students t0 discuss ethical concerns when working with international clients during the PRSSA National Conference in Atlanta on Nov. 9, 2015. (Photo credit: Ashley Lovell)

A 45-minute Q&A with Christopher Harvin allowed students to discuss ethical concerns when working with international clients during the PRSSA National Conference in Atlanta on Nov. 9, 2015. (Photo credit: Ashley Lovell)

The career path of political communications does not necessarily mean working for U.S. domestic parties, or even lobbying.

Technological advancements and globalization have transformed political communications to be more than campaign buttons and catchy slogans. Now practitioners can use ...

The ins and outs of the 2015 PRSSA National Conference

More than 1,000 PR students from across the world converged on Atlanta, Georgia in November — enjoying all the city has to offer, from chicken and waffles to the World of Coca-Cola.

(Photo credit: Andrew Cook)

Gathered together, BYU PR students smile as they wait for the “Night Among the Stars Awards” ceremony and dinner on Monday night. (Photo credit: Andrew Cook)

But food and beverage were not their prime concerns; it was the 2015 Public Relations Student Society ...

InterviewSnob talks less obvious resume mistakes at 2015 PRSSA National Conference

InterviewSnob founder Gala Jackson speaks at the 2015 PRSSA National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo credit: Steve Clark)

InterviewSnob CEO Gala Jackson explains how to improve resumes to a group of students at the PRSSA National Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. (Photo credit: Kelly Tran)

Research from a recent study performed at Georgetown University found that millennials currently make up about 40 percent of the United States’ unemployed population.

Yes, despite our supposed expertise in a technological world filled with resources, a big chunk of us apparently struggle ...