Public Relations Program Student Work

In the SOJC’s public relations program, our students practice real-world PR work in the classroom and in the field. They learn from industry-seasoned faculty, generate campaigns for professional clients in their classes and student organizations, and take on internships with agencies and companies around the state. All that experience makes them well-rounded PR professionals and gives them a leg up when they graduate. Browse our student project feed to see what our students are up to.

SOJC PR major Ella Norton says her PR Campaigns class gave her the chance to work on a real campaign, which bolstered her portfolio and introduced her to PR professionals.
Kaitlyn Bullentini was a first-year advertising and public relations major when she contacted a woman from a fledgling cosmetic company about an internship. It led to a coveted beauty industry job.
Jane Ryan, a PR and psychology student, interviewed a digital journalism expert as part of a new assignment where students had to interview a British journalist about their work.
As seniors at the SOJC, a quintet of students developed a multipronged brand strategy for Visa that the financial giant uses today.
SOJC students rolled out a comprehensive campaign to help local bike-sharing service PeaceHealth Rides market its services.