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If you want to pursue a career in public relations there are no fixed rules that you have to follow. However, if you can manage to get a college degree and secure work experience through public relations internship, that is going to be an ideal start for your public relations career. These days' internships have become vital if you are looking forward to a career in public relations.

Public relations jobs would requite you to communicate well. Some of the entry level PR jobs require a major degree in PR, journalism, advertising or in communication. Some PR firms even take people who have studied journalism (either print or electronic).

There are several colleges which offer degree course in PR at both bachelors' level as well as in master's level. A valid PR course should take care of the following aspects of PR:

  • PR Principles and techniques
  • PR management and administration
  • Organizational development
  • Writing
  • Press releases, reports,
  • Visual communication etc.
If you pursue PR course from any college, in most cases the college itself will assist you in securing public relations internships. These internships will give you practical knowledge of the way PR work progresses. These will be counted as work experience and will enhance your resume when you apply for full time PR jobs. Other than your internships you can also enhance your CV by mentioning about the various projects that you have undertaken and the presentations that you have made. Some of the colleges will arrange your meetings with several people from the industry who are experts in this field. Interacting with them will help you a lot. You will get opinions and views of those who have been working in top companies for years and years. The experience that you gain will also help you to tackle job interview questions.

If you are working for entry level positions you will be receive training programs that are organized in several big companies for employees. In smaller companies you will receive guidance from experienced people working in the PR department.
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