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Monday, 31st July 2000 at 1:07 pm
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Looking for willing hands and minds to assist worth while projects. Fourth Year and Final Year Public Relations students at Monash must undertake a full PR campaign design or plan. They have to be able…

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PR Students Need Experience in NFP
Monday, 31st July 2000 at 1:07 pm

Looking for willing hands and minds to assist worth while projects. Fourth Year and Final Year Public Relations students at Monash must undertake a full PR campaign design or plan. They have to be able to handle all areas of strategy, planning, budgeting, publicity, research and evaluation and present it before the end of September.

The students are offering a day or part of a day per week for ten weeks to any interested Not for Profit organisation with a project in mind.

The University is already providing assistance to the Leukemia Foundation and the Anti Cancer Council but there are surely more who would like to take up this offer.

Contact Peter Scholem, the Coordinator and Lecturer in Public Relations on 9904 7048 or e-mail at Peter.Scholem@BusEco.Monash.edu.au.




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