Written by Megan White Resume building can be tricky. Every employer seems to want something different. How are you supposed to stand out? How do you ensure employers will want to continue reading? Let’s talk about a few tips that you might be neglecting. Describe your accomplishments when you’re addressing previous jobs. You should “describe …
By: Rachel Schultz “A potential friend (connection), is only a hello away” – Paul Liebau, Canadian Best-Selling Author I remember when I was a sophomore in college, there was this tall, dark-haired man who visited my track practices. Drew was a 32-year-old man who had an attention-getting smile. After many random appearances, I began to … Continue reading The Importance of Hello
The game has changed. Written material is on its way out and its replacement? Video content. With the numbers on its side, it’s no surprise people prefer this fresher form of content over its older, outdated counterpart. Keep reading to see why and how you can take advantage of this movement before it’s too late. … Continue reading Lights, Camera, Action: Video Conversions in 2021
By: Derek Caswell Over the past few years many of the normalacies in life have changed. Masks, for example, are now a normal fashion accessory, and having temperatures being taken as we enter buildings is now a part of our morning routines. However, there is one thing that has been significantly impacted due to the COVID outbreak, … Continue reading Returning Back to the Office
By: Senior, April Wood As I approached and finally entered the last year of my undergraduate degree, one question became an uncomfortably looming presence – What do I want to do with my life (and my degree)? The truth is – I’m still looking. But I’d love to share my thought process so far. In … Continue reading How I Used my Strategic Planning Skills to Plan Life After Undergrad
By: Elizabeth Ewell Mental Health Issues have become one of the leading common deaths in America. Mental health is often a topic that is shunned or embarrassing to discuss. Some take mental health issues as a joke, and some are not afraid to speak out about the issue. Still, there are more who pay no … Continue reading How Do We Solve Mental Health in Public Relations?
By: Shayna Polly The United States Senate confirmed Amy Coney Barrett, the fifth woman in history to serve on the Supreme Court, on Oct. 26, 2020. The Girl Scouts, front runner in the business of girl power, tweeted to congratulate Barrett, accompanied by a photograph of all five women who have served. The Girl Scouts … Continue reading Girl Scout Tweet: Political or Patterned?
Written by Ashleigh Horn “Thank you“ can be defined as a polite expression of one’s gratitude. Though this definition seems so simple, the action of thanking others has become about as rare as some students coming to class these days. I’ll be the first to admit that I have historically been guilty of not taking … Continue reading The Importance of a “Thank You”
By Ashleigh Horn There’s no denying that each generation is different. Baby Boomers, Generation X, Xennials, Millennials, Generation Z, I’m sure as you read each of these titles, you may have recalled your own thoughts toward each group. During a time where as many as five different generations are working together in the workplace, it’s … Continue reading Generation Z: the “Changemaker” Generation
By: Sarah Arnett When I entered college, I did not know what I wanted to major in. While I knew I wanted to make a difference, I continued to explore and research, eventually landing in Dr. Tricia Hansen-Horn’s office to discuss public relations. However, I was unsure how public relations made a difference in the … Continue reading Five PR Tools to Make a Difference