Brand Yourself: PR and the Liberal Arts Event

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Catching your attention is key in the world of Public Relations, but it is content and substance that keeps you engaged. Skills and abilities developed through a liberal-arts curriculum are highly valued in the field of communications. Writing, research, analytics, planning, problem-solving, and team work are among the talents that can help you succeed. Are you selling your talents well in your job search? What opportunities have you overlooked?

We invite you to get a better understanding of public relations and the role it can play in your career.

Representatives from FleishmanHillard, a major communications agency with 88 offices worldwide, will visit Georgia Tech to talk about working in communications and PR, preparing yourself for the job market, and the importance of your personal brand.

Thursday, September 10, 2015
11.00 AM - 12.00 PM
Hall Building, room 102.
Lunch will be provided.

Please RSVP by Monday, September 7.
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Georgia Institute of Technology
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