Club of the week: PRSSA

By Jaqueline Blundell
Special to the Comment

The Public Relations Student Society of America is a branch of the nationally recognized Public Relations Society of America. Our organization is an asset to those who are thinking about going into public relations or to anyone who is focused on professional development.
There are numerous benefits to joining PRSSA. You are immersed in a community of students who are working towards developing themselves professionally and who are willing to share their experiences. There are many opportunities to attend networking events and conferences, where students have found internships and made valuable connections in the past.
Students who join PRSSA are kept up to date about what is going on in the PRfield and gain insight that adds to the knowledge that they are receiving in the classroom. Not all schools have PRSSA chapters so those who utilize this asset have a clear advantage when entering the workforce.
Our meetings take place every other Wednesday from 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm in Conant 471. If you want updates regarding meetings and events you can follow us on Twitter @bsu_prssa or like us on Facebook at “Bridgewater State University PRSSA”. Our chapter president, Lilly Devine, can be reached at for any further questions.

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