The Fund for American Studies (TFAS) is accepting applications for their Spring 2020 Capital Semester Program in Washington, DC.
Welcome to your weekly summary of DFW networking events and tips! Whether you are a student, fully established in your career, looking to make a career move, or an extravert always looking for opportunities to make new connections, this page will be helpful for you. Source: https://prsadallas.org/ Upcoming Networking Events 3rd Annual PRSA Dallas UnSummit: PR Connected When: Friday, Septemember 20th from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Where: House of Blues Why: Hear from impressive thought leaders and network at an event that attracts over 200 Public Relations and Marketing Professionals from across North Texas! Learn about the program's three key themes: Staying Authentic, Driving Innovation, and Embracing Change Registration closes Tuesday, September 17th at 5 p.m. Students, buy your tickets for just $39 Click here to register and for more info! Networking and learning with 200+ Public Relations professionals Rock the Profile When: Thursday, September 19th at 3 p.m. Where: Hughes-Trigg Student Center Why: Hear the best LinkedIn tips no matter how far along your profile is. Even if you have 6,000 connections, LinkedIn always has many tricks for continuous networking- attend this event to learn about them! Headshot photos will be offered on the main floor of Hughes-Trigg from 2:30 - 4:30 p.m. Click here to register and for more info! DFW AMA (American Marketing Association) Luncheon When: Wednesday, September 18th from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Where: Venue 40Fifty Why: Learn
Seniors, this one is for you. By Karna Small and Kate Adams Senior year… a year of bittersweet “lasts.” A year of growth and preparation for our careers. The final chapter of “the best 4 years of your life.” Of course, there are a lot of positives to senior year. We know where our classes are, we know our professors, we have the lay of the land.
By Gwen Wright Picture this, it’s a weekday and you are at Starbucks plugging away on your laptop, earbuds in, consuming caffeine. Folks nearby are talking, orders are being placed and the normal volume of noise from the store activity surrounds you.
Peace of mind when things go wrong. There is nothing worse than hearing a phone or laptop crash to the floor. You stop breathing, your heart skips a beat and everyone around stops and looks to see who it was that just had such terrible luck. You can take most of the pain out of this moment by protecting your precious devices with hard cases and keyboard covers.