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Conversation between Public Relations Students, educators and Professionals.

"Is PR Right for me?” is important for the growth of the public relations industry. We need to attract future PR leaders who are the best and the brightest. Garnering the experience of industry professionals and having them share perspective is a great way to motivate PR’s next generation of experts... [WWW]Click here"

Moderator Deirdre Breakenridge ([WWW]@dbreakenridge) and host Valerie Simon ([WWW]@valeriesimon) bring present and future PR industry leaders together for a lively discussion once a month on twitter to discussion the Public Relations industry and the changing landscape. Please submit the topics/ questions you would like discussed to [WWW] or submit them via the [WWW]#PRStudChat LinkedIn Group

Highlights an takeaways from past chats can be found at [WWW]Click here

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A #PRStudChat LinkedIn Group has been established to help build and foster ongoing relationships and networking opportunities between Public Relations students and professionals, as well as to provide a forum for discussion and follow up beyond 140 characters. Please join us at [WWW]"#PRStudChat LinkedIn"

More information and tips to make the most of Twitter chats [WWW]Click here

Please read the blog post that inspired the conversation by CMU PRSSA President, Angela Hernandez: [WWW]Is PR Right for me Part 3

A follow up post by Deirdre Breakenridge can be found here: [WWW]Is PR right of me

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