Power PR Program Weekends

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2015 PoweR Program

Friday, November 6 - Saturday, November 7
Saturday, November 14 – Sunday, November 15

(Must be available both weekends)

The PoweR Program is a two weekend intensive program that provides current communication students at Clark Atlanta University with an opportunity to understand the dynamics of a real PR campaign. By combining real-world work experience, training and development, and networking opportunities within the industry, PoweR participants gain valuable skills to better position themselves in the marketplace. Simultaneously, the program offers companies the opportunity to access top talent.

As a participant in the program, students will have a chance to work with coaches. The coaches – which include CAU alum - are current communications professionals that work in various industries and have respected knowledge and experience within their field. Their involvement will promote and advocate the importance of having alum help structure the PR curriculum as well as provide a current perspective of PR best practices that are not included in the textbooks.


To Apply for PoweR, you must be:
  • Currently a college sophomore, junior or senior.
  • Maintaining a minimum GPA of 2.8 out of 4.0; College sophomores, juniors or seniors must meet the GPA requirement at the time the application is submitted.
  • Proof of GPA must be submitted via an official college transcript upon request.
  • Able to show your passion to kick start a career in public relations through your essays.
Applications are due October 23rd.

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