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Rebecca and Shantae are polar opposites.

Please note: Rebecca taught Shantae the "hand on hip" trick. Works every time.

Shantae is a city girl; Rebecca grew up on a 50-acre plot in the middle of nowhere.

Shantae is allergic to tomatoes and cooks fabulous chicken dinners on a whim; Rebecca has a terrible habit of eating chips and salsa as a meal.

Shantae is known for her sassy persona; Rebecca is known for her sweet, classy demeanor.

Although they’re different, these Kent State University public relations majors (and roommates) have two things in common: They enjoy warming up the coffee pot at 11 p.m., and they’re both confident, aspiring public relations professionals searching for employment after graduation in May 2010.

From creating a strategic job-search plan to applying, interviewing and making career-altering decisions, this blog will follow Shantae and Rebecca’s journey as the future professionals search for public relations careers amidst a recession. 

Please note: The opinions and views discussed in this blog are Shantae and Rebecca’s.  In no way do they reflect the opinions of their employers, university, friends or family, unless stated otherwise.

 

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  1. Lucky for me I live with such talented PR students. I am excited both of you decided to do this, and I look forward to reading about what you learn. If I ever need PR advice, it’s nice to know I have two intelligent ladies just a door knock away. I am very proud of my roomies. Love you both!!

  2. I seen your blogs on your twitter page for PRSSA. I am the PR Director for PRSSA at Western Carolina University in North Carolina. I love the blogs you have created! I have created one to and thought that maybe you two could check it out @http://amandaperalta.wordpress.com/2010/01/09/what-pr-pros-look-for-in-interns/ Good luck in your search ladies!

    • Thanks for checking out our blog! I’m glad you were able to find us, and we’ll check out yours, too! Happy blogging!

      Rebecca

  3. Thanks Rebecca!

    Since you are on your third internship it would be great if you could give us some advice about how we can get an internship. Thanks again on the insight. I hope we keep in contact! Good luck in finding your third internship.

    Amanda Peralta
    amanda_peralta@yahoo.com
    aeperalta1/twitter.com

    • Hi Amanda,

      Absolutely! I’ll try to post some things I’ve learned from my internships on this blog. Keep in touch!

      Rebecca

  4. I like your blog!
    I am PR student second year and this is really great experience.
    Good luck!

    • I’m glad you enjoy the blog; thanks for stopping by!
      -Rebecca

  5. Great work you’re the type of person who I would hire (perfect example of a digital citizen), found your blog via an article from David Meerman Scott.

    I’m currently looking for a social media graduate in the UK

    Do you know anyone?

    • Hi Paul,

      Thank you for stopping by the blog! We appreciate your kind words; we love seeing how digital media can be used effectively in marketing/public relations.

      At this time, I don’t know any social media graduates in the UK. Are you on LinkedIn? You may be able to find graduates through a simple search. Let me know if you need help.

      Rebecca


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