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Entry-Level Career Center

Educational Resources

Your education has provided an excellent foundation for a career in public relations — but the most successful professionals never stop learning. PRSA's Professional Development and Training programs will keep your skills up to date.

Seeking an undergraduate program? PRSA can help you find schools that are PRSA certified and that have a PRSSA Chapter.

Career Articles That Can Help

Career development articles from PRSA's award-winning newsletter, Public Relations Tactics, and our exclusive career pack, which offers more than 40 articles on cover letters, resumes, networking, interviewing and getting the job, provide a variety of helpful information on finding and landing your ideal job. Still need more advice? Check out the job tips from PRSA experts and also learn how public relations recruiters perceive the changing job search landscape. You will have the necessary tools to land that new job.

Cover Letter and Resume

Ready to upload your resume to PRSA's Jobcenter? These resources will help you make it the best it can be.

The Job Interview

Do you know the types of interview questions you are likely to be asked? What about how to keep calm during an interview? Whether it’s assembling an online portfoliobranding yourself appropriately, communicating with a recruiter or determining the proper ways to follow up, we can help.

Social Media

If you’re a recent graduate hoping to land a public relations job, you have some more homework to do. In addition to developing a strong resume and crafting customized cover letters, make time to polish your social media presence.

Getting the Job and Working at a PR Agency

Working at a public relations agency can be an exciting and rewarding career path for aspiring public relations professionals, but how do you land that job?