Some studies show that your first week back at school can determine the success of your school year. Make this time count by getting organized and setting meaningful goals. Young PR Pros hosts Kristine D’Arbelles and Julia Kent share their Continue reading 4 Back to School Tips for the Successful PR Pro
If you live in Ottawa and are looking for a job, you have the opportunity to work with our host Kristine D’Arbelles at the Canadian Automobile Association. Paid Intern sought by CAA National The Canadian Automobile Association’s national office is Continue reading Want to Work with our Host, Kristine?
Young PR Pros is excited to participate, for the second year in a row, in the Navigate Your PR Career event hosted by CPRS Ottawa/Gatineau. CPRS and Young PR Pros is keen to assist young professionals, students and recent graduates Continue reading Navigate Your PR Career
From iconic blog to best selling book, Spin Sucks, the book, has finally been released. If you listen to my podcast, Young PR Pros, or if you follow me online, you have probably heard that I am a fan of Continue reading Why Spin Sucks
Ban bossy! Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, the Girls Scouts of USA, and even Beyoncé want the b-word gone from our vocabulary. And although I see the noble cause of this campaign, I for one do not want to ban Continue reading Yes I am Bossy, and Proud of it!
This week’s guest post is by Lindsey Deltoro. Lindsey loves Lululemon and considers herself the most fashionable chick at the gym. You did it: You made it through college and landed a job working for the man. With the increasing Continue reading Guest Post: Dressing for Success – A Guide To Stylish Office wear on a Budget
This week’s guest post is great for young professionals looking to build their personal brand. Start creating your to do list for the Christmas holidays, there are some great tips here. The author of this week’s guest post is Regina Continue reading Guest Post: Six Tips for Self Branding Success
This week’s guest post is by Jack Wilson. Jack manages multiple corporate design projects by day, while fitting in some part-time freelance writing by night. You meet your new client before a big talk and you realize that he hasn’t Continue reading Guest Post: Unexpected PR Tools Every Pro Needs
Happy Monday all! I thought I would share three articles I have read in the past week that I found inspirational and interesting 1. Taking the Big Leap Ken Jacobs wrote about his big leap at the age of 50 on Continue reading Weekly round-up: Taking a Big Leap, the Exodus and Women Equality
Everyone is well aware that in the wake of the financial crash in 2008 the job market in the UK began to be a very depressing place. Finally, after years of employment figures slowly going up and down and unfulfilled Continue reading Guest Post: The State of the Job Market in the UK for PR Professionals