Living Room Airlines: How to Land a Job in NYC & PR Pro Q&A

During our New York session of Living Room Airlines, we first heard from Anna Kopco, a digital account manager for Spotify at Warner Music Group, a conglomerate group that owns various record companies. Anna shared tips for landing an internship in a big city, and shared her experience interning for Warner Brothers Films and Victoria’sContinue reading “Living Room Airlines: How to Land a Job in NYC & PR Pro Q&A”

Living Room Airlines: PR Campaigns from Start to Finish & the Biggest Communication Industries in Nashville

During this session of Living Room Airlines, we heard from professionals in Nashville. Rachel Gaylord and Jenna Lorenz, both from Belle Communications, shared their experiences putting a PR campaign together from start to finish. Belle Communications is an online, Columbus-based public relations firm that works with various clients across the food, retail, tech, and autoContinue reading “Living Room Airlines: PR Campaigns from Start to Finish & the Biggest Communication Industries in Nashville”

Maintaining Personal Connections in a Digital Day

By Mia Rodio Whether you are working or learning from home right now, I think everyone feels that it can be challenging to maintain personal connections with peers, coworkers, or professors. But, as our society becomes increasingly digital, it is more important than ever to build personal relationships. It may seem difficult, but there areContinue reading “Maintaining Personal Connections in a Digital Day”

Remembering Llyle Barker: Former PRSSA Advisor

Last month, former PRSSA professional advisor Llyle Barker passed away. Barker earned a Bachelor of Science from The Ohio State University in 1954 and served in the United States Army for 30 years. Following his time in the army, he became a professor and our chapter’s professional advisor, where he received multiple Outstanding Teacher AwardsContinue reading “Remembering Llyle Barker: Former PRSSA Advisor”

Setting Attainable Goals for the New Semester

By Mia Rodio It goes without saying that this school year looks vastly different than previous years. I have found it difficult at times to stay motivated and organized with online classes. However, as we move into a new semester and approach the end of the school year, it is important to find ways toContinue reading “Setting Attainable Goals for the New Semester”

An Interview with School of Communication Professor Nicole Kraft

By Mia Rodio Associate professor of Clinical Communication and Director of the Ohio State Sports and Society Initiative, Nicole Kraft, has been a lecturer at The Ohio State University since 2004 and a full-time professor since 2010. Before working at Ohio State, Kraft worked as the executive editor of the magazine “Hoof Beats.” She hasContinue reading “An Interview with School of Communication Professor Nicole Kraft”

Industry FAQ answered by our professional advisor

We asked our professional advisor, Karen Bailey, to share her top tips and tricks for securing your dream job or internship, polishing your resume, and nailing your next interview. Looking for personal feedback? Make sure to attend Karen’s monthly office hours! What’s the best setting/work area (agency, corporate, etc.) to explore the Public Relations fieldContinue reading “Industry FAQ answered by our professional advisor”

Why Join PRSSA?

If you’re contemplating whether PRSSA is the right organization for you, you probably have a lot of questions. So, our executive board answered some of our most frequently asked questions to help you decide if you should join PRSSA! (You should.) If you have any additional questions, feel free to reach out to any ofContinue reading “Why Join PRSSA?”

Five tips to help you stay organized as told by a college student

By Sarah Fitch I’m not the first to say this year is like no other, especially this school year. Many of us have been in school for a few weeks, but we’re still trying to grasp what is and isn’t working for us. Fortunately, it’s early enough in the semester that there is still timeContinue reading “Five tips to help you stay organized as told by a college student”

Your morning routine could change everything

By Kaylee Utterback What makes a good morning versus a bad one? Something different probably comes to mind for everyone but most can relate that rushing around and forgetting things never makes for the greatest morning. To some, rushing around may be an exhilarating morning vibe and, if that’s you, I applaud you! I amContinue reading “Your morning routine could change everything”