PRSA Perspectives News and Notes from the Central Ohio Chapter of PRSA

What’s the best advice you received as a young professional?

By , November 11th, 2014

Each November, PRSA celebrates young public relations professionals through New Professionals Week. The Central Ohio PRSA New Professionals Committee is honoring this commemorative week by addressing topics relevant to new pros. Transitioning from college student to young professional can prove intimidating. The post-graduate world offers its own set of new rules, peers, assignments and challenges. […]

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New School Year Begins, Central Ohio PRSSA Chapters’ Leaders Rally

John Palmer
By , September 15th, 2014

The PRSA Central Ohio Chapter sponsors seven PRSSA Chapters – Capital University, Marietta College, Ohio Dominican University, Ohio Northern University, Ohio University, Otterbein University, and The Ohio State University. Sponsoring these chapters is a great opportunity for PRSA members to connect with students and help with their transition to the workforce. The PRSSA Liaison Committee […]

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Good News for Public Relations Careers

Paul Carringer, PhD
By , May 21st, 2014

As students all over North America graduate from college, the biggest question might be, “was it worth it?” With student loans to repay and careers to get started, they look for some certainty in employment. For graduates entering the world of public relations, the answer often is a resounding “Yes.” According to Yahoo Education, a […]

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ImPRessive: Media Studies Senior Receives National Recognition at Public Relations Conference

PRSACentralOhio
By , November 25th, 2013

Authored by Natalie Mayan, Student, Marietta College ’15 When Lindsey Kudaroski ’14 was a mere sophomore, she became president of Marietta College’s chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America. Little did she know that by her senior year, her commitment and dedication to public relations would lead to national recognition. Kudaroski was recently awarded […]

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Pursuing APR vs. higher education: What’s in it for me?

By , April 22nd, 2013

As new public relations professionals seek to increase knowledge, gain new skills and bolster career advancement opportunities, many may consider pursuing post-undergraduate education; however, the time commitment, costs and endless options can prove daunting. With this notion in mind, the Central Ohio Public Relations Society of America (COPRSA) New Professionals Committee hosted a panel discussion […]

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