Four Tips for Staying Sharp Over Summer Break

Summer, for most college students, is a time to relax and renew. It’s a season where the nights are long and the days are hot (I think I heard that in a country song once). It’s a break from thinking about school or thinking in general. However, if you are hoping to keep up with the ever changing PR world, you have to keep that brain of yours on point! Instead of shutting down for the entire summer, do things that will encourage you to think outside of the box, while still enjoying the gorgeous weather and unforgettable nights.

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4 Tips for Preparing Your Next Interview

Congratulations! You were just called to interview for that internship you really wanted or the post-graduation job you have been anxious about. Now that your cover letter and resume have impressed the right people, its time to do some interview prep. The interview is the time to put the final touches on convincing the possible employer that not only do you want to work for them but that they need you on their team

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Preparing for Graduation

As a second semester senior here at Grand Valley, it is safe to say that I spend about 95% of my time thinking about graduation. Sorry, I meant to say worrying about graduation. It really is crazy to think that after three-and-a-half years, my GVSU collegiate career is finally coming to end. While graduation may still be a few months away, it is hard not to start panicking about what exactly the future will hold.

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Things Only PR People Say

Every profession brings a unique mindset with it. Looking at the world through PR-tinted glasses means that we might notice details other miss, or spend more time reflecting on things that others quickly dismiss as “spin” or a “publicity stunt.”In this post, some of our staff members reflect on things that they have said or thought that show how they view the world around them through a PR lens.

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