To be considered for the Public Relations Program, please complete the application and deliver to Regina Bell, 105A Davis Hall, by February 8, 2013 for consideration for the following Fall semester.
If you have any questions, please contact Regina Bell at 874-2857 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thank you for your interest in majoring in Public Relations. To be considered a candidate, please complete this application and submit to Regina A. Bell, Davis Hall, Room 105A by February 8, 2013.
Please be informed of the following details:
Student ID Number: ________________
E-Mail Address: _____________________________
Phone Number: ____________________
Current Mailing Address:_________________________________________________________________
Expected Month/Year of Graduation:________________________________________________________
List any employment or internship experience in the Public Relations field.
Attach a current copy of your transcript from E-Campus.
|I have completed these pre-major courses:||I am currently enrolled in|
these pre-major courses:
|COM 202 (101) with a grade of _______||COM 202 (101) ____|
|COM 210 with a grade of _______||COM 210 ______|
|JOR 220 with a grade of ________||JOR 220 ______|
|**STA 220 or MTH 107 with a grade of _____||STA 200 or MTH 107 _________|
**If you have taken a different course, please indicate________________
As the final part of your application, please respond to the following essay statement:
According to Public Relations - The Profession and The Practice (Lattimore, 2008), "Public relations work is all about developing effective relationships between organizations and groups that are important to them, including the media, customers, employees, investors, community leaders, activist groups and government agencies". This statement can be illuminated by the strategic efforts of a local public relations/marketing agency, North Star Marketing, Inc.
In preparing your essay, the first step is to review the website for North Star Marketing, Inc. (fortheloveofmarketing.com). Based on your review of the website, convey your interpretation of the statement by Lattimore by formulating a well-written essay (no more than 2 typed pages, double spaced). Your essay should reflect your analytical and writing style and should be free of grammatical and punctuation errors.
Lattimore, D. (2008). Public Relations - The Profession and the Practice. 3rd ed. (p. 5). New York, NY: McGraw Hill.
Please contact Regina Bell at 874-2857 or email@example.com to schedule an advising appointment.
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