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P-R-S-S-A IS AN ORGANIZATION THAT WAS FORMED IN 1967 TO HELP STUDENTS INTERESTED IN PUBLIC RELATIONS AND COMMUNICATIONS. ATTHE U-S-F CHAPTER OF P-R-S-S-A STUDENTS ARE GIVEN OPPORTUNITIES SUCH AS MEETING PROFESSIONALS, RESUME BOOT CAMPS, SOCIALS, STUDENT FIRMS, AND LECTURES.
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< 00:08-00:21 White, Shauna Assitant Firm Director of USF chapter of PRSSA
“I think PRSSA is important for PR majors or people who are wanting to go into PR, because it really connects you with a lot of professionals and upcoming professionals that you can like network with.”>
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STUDENTS GET REAL WORLD EXPERIENCE BY BEING A PART OF THE KNOBULL FIRM OR BEING ON THE E-BOARD OR COMMITTEE
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<01:16-01:31 Dubery, Maya Treasurer at USF chapter of PRSSA “ You learn a lot more. It’s a lot more hands on. So, for example, I was Treasurer. So, I did a lot more communicating with people in the organization. So, I did a lot of reaching out to people, talking, handling money, so it was interesting and I learned from that.”>
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WEB STORY:

TAMPA, FL – An organization starts students’ careers across the nation.

Public Relations Student Society of America, PRSSA for short, educates and connects college students. For example, the University of South Florida’s chapter of PRSSA provides students with opportunities. These include meeting with professionals, Resume boot camps, socials, and lectures on how to succeed in public relations.

“I think PRSSA is important for PR majors or people who are wanting to go into PR, because it really connects you with a lot of professionals and upcoming professionals that you can like network with,” Shauna White, Assitant Firm Director of USF chapter of PRSSA said.

Students also get real world experience by being a part of The KnoBull firm, being on the executive board, or by being in a committee.

“ You learn a lot more,” Maya Dubery said. “It’s a lot more hands on. So, for example, I was Treasurer. So, I did a lot more communicating with people in the organization. So, I did a lot of reaching out to people, talking, handling money, so it was interesting and I learned from that.”

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