Last Friday, I signed up for an event, #PassPorttoPRYYC organized by Canadian Public Relations Society (CPRS) and had such a great experience working as a Public Relations (PR) Practitioner for a morning. What I did was choosing a company I wanted to visit and spending a morning with them learning insights about the company, the field of Public Relations and valuable lessons from professional PR practitioners as well as doing an assignment for them. Having talked and listened to what they shared, I was inspired a lot and realized that I FOUND MY DREAM COMPANY!!!!!!
I wrote my last exam and officially ended my sophomore year in Public Relations program last Thursday. It has been a successful year. I’ve learned and grown so much compared to the freshman year. Also, congratulate everybody on a great school year. You guys have done a good job, too! 🙂
Back to the main topic, “Volunteering,” undeniably, as university students, we all need money and spend most of our time on paid job(s) after school to fight against the economic downturn and maintain our living standard rather than on unpaid jobs. “Volunteering” is suddenly no longer part of our life :-(. However, five reasons below will show you why it’s worth investing time in volunteering ;).
Communication plan plays an indispensable role in any project. No matter how big the project is, simply from writing a news release to more importantly,
SOCIAL MEDIA AND MEDIA RELATIONS DISCUSSION PAPER
Alberta Theatre Projects (ATP) is a Canadian production company located in Calgary.
Recently, ATP has been facing a financial crisis that might put its future on the verge of closing down.
The saying by Winston Churchill reminds us of the importance of planning in any project. In the field of Public Relations/ Communications, a Communication Plan is a must for of Project Managers before rolling up their sleeves and conducting their project.