Hey everyone, we’ve officially moved into the fall semester now that Labor Day weekend is over. Doesn’t it feel “real” now? It does to me. When we move from “getting to know you” in my COM 205 class to actually discussing communication theories and research, I know it’s for real now.
This post is a veritable buffet of helpful tips, calendar items, and things you need to know. I hope you find this helpful as you plan your September!
The Public Relations Student Society of America
invites YOU to the first meeting
of the school year on Wednesday, Sept. 9.
The meeting will begin at 2 p.m. in Craig 204 TODAY! Anyone interested in public relations and communication is encouraged to at least stop in and learn more about the many opportunities available with PRSSA. We’ll be talking about our plans for this year’s PRSSA including hands-on PR campaign experience, chair opportunities and the National Conference in San Diego. Plus, there will be snacks!
Hope to see you there! Feel free to e-mail me with any questions.
Missouri State University
Public Relations Student Society President
2. Get Ready for COM Week 2009: “Oh the places you’ll go–with a COM degree”
Plan to attend as many events as you can September 21-25, various locations. More information will follow.
Monday, Sept 21, 9:30 a.m. – 3:00 Craig Hall Lobby–COM Showcase
Explore the options and opportunities with the COM department. Information on internships, degree programs, graduate programs, and student organizations in the lobby of Craig Hall.
Wednesday, Sept 23, 3:00, (location TBA)
“Great careers in communication: Options you never knew existed”
Thursday, Sept 24, 6:00pm, Craig 204
“Writing your way to the top: How to write competitive scholarship applications and get more money!”
Friday, Sept 25, 11:30-1:30, PSU Ballroom East
Alumni/Student Networking Luncheon. Enjoy lunch, networking, and conversation with alumni. Luncheon is $10 and includes a free COM Week t-shirt!
3. BLOGS you could be reading:
From a grad that’s been there and gotten a job: Advice on networking From a grad that’s been there: Top 5 services that UCS has to offer →
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