Advanced Public Relations + Public Relations Writing + Writing and Editing for Online Media Markets = more stress than you would realize. Add in an Entrepreneurship class that includes creating a business plan and you are in for a semester of nonstop homework. It’s all good, though. I survived and now I am in the final stretch.
This semester I am taking Public Relations Media Programming, the capstone course for all PR majors, and a lab science course. It has been relaxing compared to previous semesters, at least when it comes to my workload.
On the other hand, I have this little thing called graduation to worry about. My biggest concern this week has been working on my invitations. Once that is taken care of, it is time to work on my senior photos (I already found a photographer). I am also working to make sure I have a job when I graduate. I have a contract offer from a company that I really like, and I am working to see if another company is going to make an offer. Either way, I will have a job when I graduate, and it will be in the industry I want to be in. That is video game public relations, if anyone is wondering.
To be honest, it still feels surreal to think that I will be graduating in a little over a month. It has been a long few years and through it all, I don’t know where I would be without my sisters. Through my time in TBS I have met some truly amazing men and women, all of who had a huge impact on my life. They have been there for me through some tough times, and I honestly don’t know what I would do without them.
I joined Tau Beta wanting to help serve the band and what I got was some amazing friendships. It hasn’t always been easy but in the end, it was all worth it.
I will always be a proud sister of TBS, as long as stars shall shine.