While everyone else is busy perfecting their next pineapple shot on Instagram, soaking in the sun, secretly trying out the latest insane belly-button craze (uh, I failed), and taking advantage of Summer Fridays, I’ve got a proposition for you:
6 Weeks of Mentorship + Industry Skill Upgrades + PR Girl Community
What about doing all these things, while gaining the confidence and clarity to make fall the best season yet for your PR career?
PRISM is a virtual course that I designed especially for PR majors, recent grads and entry-level publicists that can be completed from the beach or from bed.
Starting on July 6 and over the next six weeks, I’ll be sharing the most helpful things I have learned about cultivating a career that brings you joy. Some of those things have to do with PR (like how to write a pitch that will greatly increase your chances of getting a positive response), and some do not (like what it really means when you start complaining about your job – and how to shift that into something more positive).
In addition to weekly emails, audio, assignments and a private Facebook group, you’ll also hear from three of my absolute favorite fashion communicators from Keep.com, ModCloth and Jennifer Bett Communications. These conversations are honest, in-depth and not available anywhere else.
|“PRISM couldn’t have come at a better time for me! I signed up right as I graduated from college and was looking to go from interning to entry level PR. PRISM gave me the tools and confidence to take that next step. I actually just landed a job as an E-commerce assistant for Island Company, a fashion and lifestyle brand! I manage the online store and get to assist in PR/Marketing as well and assist at photo shoots. It’s just literally my dream job!” – Morgan Hough, Palm City, Florida|
Join PRISM and say yes to a framework that will help you to blow the competition out of the water. Build long-term relationships and enjoy the spirit of collaboration you’re seeking and that is essential to your success!
|“Before taking PRISM I was a bit lost on what path I wanted to take with public relations. I’d recommend PRISM to anyone looking to figure out their path in PR and learn more about their passion and strengths. In particular the weekly assignments helped me to develop a plan for my career, resulting in me feeling more confident about my path in public relations.” – Stephanie Maxon, Kennesaw, Georgia|