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Power of Digital Storytelling: A Guide for Nonprofits to Engage Youth to Become Change Agents

Just last month on Sept. 24, the United Nations launched a new “Youth 2030” strategy, reflecting the UN’s new commitment to working...

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Building Your Communications Career from the Ground Up: 5 Ways to Make Any Job Work for You

A Guest Post By Sarah D. Huckins, Graduate Student, American University, PR Expanded Blog Contest Winner Six months after graduation, the...

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How You Sound Matters as Much as What You Say: 4 Voice Tips for #PR Pros

Whether it’s a podcast, presentation, press conference, event, radio or television interview; vocal abilities matter in PR - though not...

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The Science of the Tweet: The Dos and Don’ts for #SciComm on Twitter

As a science major turned public relations professional, I was groomed into believing that scientists are “bad” communicators. Through...

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How Sports #PR has Changed for the Better (Mostly)

As with most fields in Public Relations, there is no arguing that social media is changing the game. Consumers, especially young ones, are...

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The Key to Overpowering Arrogance

Arrogance is the downfall of man and humility goes hand in hand with empathy. Humility and empathy are the antidote for arrogant...

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Four Ways to Stay Curious & Creative in Our Digital World

The role of technology in our digital age is more apparent than ever. We are surrounded by an overwhelming amount of social media...

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Guide for International Students: How to Use Media for Studying Abroad

A lot of people in different countries use the internet in order to look at different places in the world. The pictures of foreign places...

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