Ten Tips to Be Taken Seriously As a Young Professional

http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/12524.aspx   A version of this article now appears on PR Daily.  Enjoy! I frequently receive calls from young public relations executives about their frustration with clients and colleagues who treat them as a kid sister, daughter or possible date rather than an associate who is responsible for moving forward major account initiatives.  Highly-capable young professionals are…

Best PR Cover Letter / Resume Links

Are you a May graduate or just seeking a career change?  Be sure to check my favorite (and short) articles about how to create these essential documents so they break through the piles on a recruiter’s desk: Simple step-by-step how to write a cover letter:   http://www.prssa.org/internships/resources.aspx?Id=16 How to write the BEST cover letter: http://www.prdaily.com/Main/Articles/10943.aspx Cover letter advice: …

A Personalized PR Career Plan Template: Simple Steps for Success

Are you eager to achieve a success public relations career but don’t know where to start?    By utilizing  a simple public relations plan format and executing this personalized PR plan you are sure to move more readily towards your professional aspirations.  Follow these steps for success! —- Ordinarily when creating a public relations plan you should first conduct research. However,…