- — kaleneelizabeth (@kaleneelizabeth)Thu, Aug 29 2013 17:18:55
- — Hilary Flint (@hilaryflint)Thu, Aug 29 2013 16:41:05Build good relationships with your teachers, everyone at #HumberPR wants you to succeed. You'll love Andrea, Lydia and Victor.
- — Lauren Ober-Edlinger (@forthemovies)Thu, Aug 29 2013 16:21:49Every successful relationship is maintained with constant, productive communication. Learn to be concise. #humberpr
- — Hilary Flint (@hilaryflint)Thu, Aug 29 2013 16:12:57Make friends & give everyone a chance. Coming to class is much easier when you have people you look forward to seeing. Be social! #HumberPR
- — Javan Keels (@JavieeBeaN)Thu, Aug 29 2013 16:17:32
- — Hilary Flint (@hilaryflint)Thu, Aug 29 2013 15:30:49Get used to all social platforms, PR people need to be up on the latest and greatest. Join Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, etc. #HumberPR
- — Hilary Flint (@hilaryflint)Thu, Aug 29 2013 15:23:25Get involved at school/HSF. You're going to be spending four years here, get comfortable and learn about your surroundings #HumberPR
- — Hilary Flint (@hilaryflint)Thu, Aug 29 2013 15:19:50My best advice is to start volunteering now! Think outside of the box and try working in different sectors to find what you like #HumberPR
- — Patricia Palichuk (@Tdalepalichuk)Thu, Aug 29 2013 15:01:17Welcome first years, some advice, listen to your profs, follow their instructions, they give you all the tools you need to succeed #humberpr
- — Jacqueline Jolani (@JacquiJolani)Thu, Aug 29 2013 01:59:22Another piece of advice for our new #humberpr students is to take advantage of the learning centres available to you! They are so much help.
Advice for New Humber BPR Students
Humber is welcoming its third year of BPR students this week. To make their transition easier, the Humber PR community has offered their advice for success. Check out what they say!