CHELSEA ROADMAN, PROFESSOR HAWLEY AND SASHA CAMERON AT THE FINAL PRSSA FALL MEETING
Whatley, a counselor at USF Career Center;
due to the highly professional standards to
and Terry Dowling from the USF Career Center
which they adhere.
where among the other favorites. Cameron said she loved hearing Foley and Brock talk about their work schedules and what to expect from different areas in the public relations field.
“We’re making that distinction. As a pre-professional society we are expected to always be professional. Our students are expected to wear business attire to meetings and events
Because PRSSA gives public relations stu-
with guest speakers,” says Olubela. “And it’s
dents the knowledge to be top competitors
not only for majors; anyone interested in
in their field, they prefer the title "pre-pro-
learning to become a PR professional can
fessional student society" rather than “club”
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