Both introverts and extroverts are essential to PR firms

Posted on 6/15/2016 by Lydia Baehr Public Relations in Career Advice PR Blog

In public relations you deal with many different personalities, but how do you know if your personality is right for a career in PR?

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6 Ways communications students can jump-start their careers

Posted on 1/18/2016 by Lydia Baehr Public Relations in Internships Career Advice Blog LinkedIn Volunteer Networking Leadership

It's your senior year of university and you are fighting to get noticed. You are a part of the fury of communications students all vying for the same jobs. Move to the head of the pack by using these six ideas to jump-start your careers.

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Top three tips for interns: 3. How to land your dream internship

Posted on 9/9/2014 by Lydia Baehr Public Relations in Facebook Social Media social Internships Career Advice

You are ready to start your senior year and looking forward to graduating. There might be one last crucial “to-do” on your list – landing an internship.

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Top three tips for interns: 2. Dress for the job you want

Posted on 11/1/2013 by Lydia Baehr Public Relations in Internships Students Career Advice

“Top three tips for interns,” offers expert advice to find your dream internship and turn it into a job offer, from someone who graduated with both internship experience and a full-time job. In part two of our series, “Dress for the job you want,” find out how to present yourself in the best light.

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Top three tips for interns: 1. Take the path of least resistance

Posted on 9/16/2013 by Lydia Baehr Public Relations in Internships Students Career Advice

Joining the working world can be overwhelming. The news has been filled with stories about the dismal employment outlook for young graduates since 2008. It’s tempting to run away and join the circus, but lion taming isn’t an easy skill to master. What is a soon-to-be graduate saddled with student loans to do? Our first tip from a former intern turned full-time employee, “Take the path of least resistance,” will help give direction to your search.

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